Invergordon street reopens after explosives alert
A street in Invergordon has been reopened after an explosive device described as an "old item of ordnance" was made safe.
Both ends of Shore Road were closed off for about 4 hours, while bomb disposal experts made the device safe.
A member of the public alerted the emergency services to the find at an area known locally as Donkey Bridge.
Invergordon served as a military port and base during both World War I and World War II.
A police spokesman said: "We think it's World War II vintage.
"It's roughly the size of a hand grenade - something like that."