An investigation has been launched into the cause of a blaze which ripped through the roof space of an Aberdeen takeaway.
Emergency teams were rushed to Shalimar Tandoori on King Street at around 12.45am on Tuesday morning.
Three fire engines along with a height appliance were required at the scene, with crews working through the night to extinguish the flames.
Those in the building required breathing apparatus as they battled the fire, while a thermal image camera was used to ensure the situation was under control.
Police were required to close King Street between its St Machar Drive roundabout and the BP garage beside the Indian takeaway to give crews the space needed to extinguish the fire.
No-one was injured in the incident.
A police spokeswoman confirmed that an investigation will now take place to establish the circumstances surrounding the blaze.
A fire spokesman said: “We were alerted at 12.42am on Tuesday to reports of a building fire at King Street, Aberdeen.
“Three fire appliances and one height vehicle were immediately mobilised to the scene, where crews wearing breathing apparatus extinguished a fire within the roof space.
“Thermal image cameras were then used to ensure there was no fire spread, and the area remained safe.
“There were no reported casualties and crews left at 7.04am.”