People in a Highland village were told to leave their homes on Sunday night after concern was raised about a potential explosive device.
It is reported to be a suspected wartime ordnance, caught and taken home by a fisherman.
Police were called to the street in Caol, near Fort William, just before 8pm.
Officers advised people in houses on the odd-numbered side of Banavie Road to leave.
The Royal Navy’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit has been called in.
A police spokesman said: “It’s not an evacuation, we are advising people at the scene.
“The EOD is expected to arrive there shortly.”