An investigation has been launched after a house fire in Inverness.
Emergency services were called to the property in the city’s Island Bank Road at around 1.55am this morning.
A fire spokeswoman said at its height, four appliance were on scene and firefighters wore breathing apparatus while using high powered hoses to extinguish the blaze.
She added an investigation would be carried out this morning but could not say if anyone was inside the property during the incident.
Police are also believed to be involved in the investigation.
More to follow.