Emergency services worked through most of the night at holiday lodges in Highland Perthshire where a suspicious package was found.
Army bomb disposal experts were called in by police around 9.15pm at Pine Lodges, Logierait, near Pitlochry, after the area was cordoned off around 5pm.
Around 17 people were evacuated from the site and taken to a nearby hotel as a precaution.
A male was taken to Perth Royal Infirmary by ambulance and was treated for a head injury, but his condition is not thought to be serious.
All emergency services descended at the self-catering lodges with a specialist ambulance crew remaining on site until 4.30am this morning.
A spokesman for Police Scotland Tayside Division said: “We can confirm that while attending a routine incident in the Logie Rait area of Pitlochry at around 5pm yesterday officers became aware of a suspicious package within a property.
“Specialist resources assessed the package and took appropriate action.There was no danger to the public.”
The spokesman refused to elaborate as to what the suspicious package was and added that enquiries were continuing into the matter.
The bomb disposal experts have now left the scene.
A spokesman for Scottish Fire and Rescue confirmed they had a unit in attendance at 5.31pm last night and then again at 1.11am today.
The Pine Lodges are located on the banks of the River Tay, around five miles south of Pitlochry.