The death of a man following a disturbance at a sheltered housing complex in Aberdeen is not being treated as suspicious.
Officers and paramedics were called to a disturbance at Coronation Road at Peterculter on Monday night, where they discovered a 26-year-old man.
He was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, but later died in hospital.
Another man, a pensioner who lived at the property, was also taken away by ambulance after police arrived at the scene.
Yesterday, Police Scotland said the man had been helping officers with their inquiries, and that the death of the younger man was being treated at “non suspicious”.
At Coronation Road on Tuesday, forensic investigators dressed in white searched the sheltered house for several hours, emptying the property of items and scouring the area.
The blinds remained closed throughout, while three police vans and an unmarked police car were stationed outside.
One neighbour said: “Whatever has happened, it’s a terrible shame. It’s not often something like this happens on your doorstep.”