The baby girl whose unexplained death is under investigation by police has been named.
Mikayla Haining was just three weeks old when she died in Inverness on Thursday.
Police confirmed that their investigation into her death was ongoing last night.
Officers are continuing to treat Mikayla’s death as unexplained.
A flat on Mackay Road in the Hilton area of the city remained sealed off by police yesterday as they continued to work on the case.
It is understood that Mikayla lived in the flat with her parents Tom Haining and Shannon Davies.
It has previously been confirmed that the baby girl died on Thursday, June 8 after being taken to Raigmore Hospital in the city.
The detective leading the investigation confirmed that police activity in the Mackay Road area is likely to continue for the next few days.
Detective Inspector Brian Geddes said: “We have been conducting a number of inquiries in the local community as we try to establish the full circumstances surrounding Mikayla’s death.
“Specialist officers, including forensic officers have been involved in the investigation so far and will continue to be in the area over the next few days.
“I’d like to thank the community for their patience while these inquiries continue.”
Several police have been seen working in the area around the flat, including specialist forensic officers.
Forensic officers could be seen going in and out of the property, and at one point a man in a shirt and tie carrying a bag and wearing blue gloves entered the property.
A large blue tarpaulin was suspended from a balcony above the ground floor maisonette flat covering the windows while officers worked at the scene, while uniformed police stood guard at the front door.