An unmarked police car was involved in an accident at a busy junction on the A9 yesterday afternoon.
Nobody was injured but officers have appealed for witnesses to the collision, which happened on the Longman Roundabout at the foot of the Kessock Bridge at about 2pm yesterday afternoon.
It is understood that the police Audi had its blue lights on at the time of the incident.
A police spokeswoman said: “Police Scotland are appealing for witnesses following a two vehicle collision which occurred on the Longman Roundabout at the junction with the A9, about 2pm today.
“The incident involved two dark coloured Audi cars. No-one was injured.
“Anyone who witnessed the collision or has any information is encouraged to contact 101.”
It was one of several accidents on main roads in the Highlands yesterday.
Police were also called to an accident slightly further south on the A9 close to the Raigmore Interchange.
Again nobody was believed to be seriously injured after a red Honda Jazz collided with barriers on the southbound carriageway.
One lane was closed off while emergency services attended at the scene.
The A82 Fort William to Glasgow road was also briefly closed close to the Corran Ferry yesterday morning after a two vehicle accident near Onich.
A police spokesman said that nobody was believed to have been injured and the road reopened soon after.