Police have ruled out any criminality in the death of a Polish man in Aberdeen who was found fatally wounded at his home.
Wieslaw Koziolek, 49, was found by his housemate at the property they shared in Balnagask Avenue, Torry, on September 29.
Officers have now confirmed that there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death, following extensive inquiries.
Police said at the time there were no obvious signs of a disturbance or a struggle at the house, but that Mr Koziolek had been wounded.
Mr Koziolek, who had lived in Aberdeen for around four years, had worked as a joiner but was unemployed due to health problems at the time of his death.
His family in Edinburgh and Poland have been informed of the police findings.
A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said: “During this investigation Police Scotland received a good response from members of the Torry community.
“As a result of this and other enquiries, the movements of Mr Koziolek on the day of his death were confirmed and it has been established that there was no criminality associated with his death.
“The procurator fiscal and Mr Koziolek’s family are aware of the outcome of the investigation and a report detailing the full circumstances will be submitted in due course.”
Police said Mr Koziolek led a quiet lifestyle and had been known to spend some of his time in Dundee.
On the day he died, he made two trips into the city centre and that he returned home around an hour before his body was found by his flatmate in a shared room of the house, around 1.30pm.