Police have charged two men in connection with the death of 36-year-old Ross MacGillivray in Inverness.
Mr MacGillivray was found dead at a property on St Ninian Drive, in the Dalneigh area of the city, last weekend.
Shortly afterwards, police announced they would be launching a murder investigation into his death.
On November 15, detectives from Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Team held a press conference at the Inverness police HQ where they released details about the two suspects.
Ross MacGillivray was found dead in a house on St Ninian Drive
According to Detective Chief Inspector Martin MacDougall, two men were seen entering the same property where Mr MacGillivray was later found dead.
He said: “They entered around 10.20pm on Saturday, November 11 and then left shortly after midnight on Sunday, November 12.
“They are believed to have headed on foot in the direction of the Caledonian Canal and were known to have been in the St Valery Avenue area around 12.20pm, possibly in the company of a woman.”
Since his death, tributes have been pouring in, which described Ross MacGillivray as a “friendly chap” who wore his “heart on his sleeve”.
Police have now confirmed they have arrested and charged two men, aged 21 and 28, in connection with Mr MacGillivray’s death.
They are due to appear before Inverness Sheriff Court on Monday, November 20.