A bus company is investigating an incident where a double decker bus struck part of a post office in Inverness city centre.
The front window of the upper deck was broken in the collision which happened at about 1020 GMT on Tuesday.
Stagecoach said no-one was injured in the incident in Queensgate.
A company spokesman said: "We are treating this matter very seriously and will now carry out a full investigation as a matter of urgency."
He added: "There were no injuries as a result of the incident.
"While there were a small number of passengers on board the vehicle at the time, none were sitting on the upper deck."