A baby that was flown to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary yesterday has been transferred to Glasgow.
Two ambulances, a trauma team and an air ambulance were dispatched to an address in Strachan Way, Peterhead at about 11.30am.
They were joined by the police around 15 minutes later.
The helicopter landed in the local B&Q car park, and picked up the unwell baby before taking heading straight to the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.
Police have now confirmed the child was transferred overnight to the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow, which is part of the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital complex.
Officers are still in attendance at the property in Peterhead.
There are not thought to be any suspicious circumstances surrounding the incident, and a police spokesman said inquiries are currently ongoing.