Police are continuing to piece together the circumstances surrounding the tragic death of a north-east teenager.
Jordan Gibbins died when he lost control of his grey Honda Civic vehicle, about a mile south of Fraserburgh, in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The 17-year-old, who has links to Mintlaw, Lonmay and Crimond, was the only occupant of the car at the time.
His vehicle was also the only one involved in the incident.
The police appealed for witnesses on Sunday, but a spokeswoman confirmed last night that no new information had been made available, following the crash.
Mr Gibbins, whose grandfather, John, was a councillor for Lonmay and St Combs, is understood to have spent the evening with family and friends at the Ban-car hotel prior to his death.
Family members had gathered at the venue for the 21st birthday of William Sangster, his cousin.
Mr Sangster was killed in Mintlaw on November 29, 2014, when his friend’s car hit a tree.
The driver, Adam Youngson, 18, lost control of his red Ford Fiesta after he accelerated away from Scott Neil, 19, the driver of another vehicle.
Youngson is currently serving a two-year detention, and has been banned from driving for six years.
Neil, of Stuartfield, has meanwhile been ordered to carry out 150 hours of community service. He has also been banned from the roads for 18 months.
The pair were sentenced at Edinburgh High Court earlier this month.
The Gibbins family were approached by the Press and Journal yesterday, but were unavailable to comment.
Sergeant Rob Warnock has asked anyone who may have information about Mr Gibbin’s death to contact officers on 101.
He added: “First and foremost, my thoughts are obviously with the family and friends of this young man at this tragic time.
“I would appeal for anyone who might have seen the vehicle described in the moments leading up to the collision, or has any information about the incident itself, to contact the police as we launch an investigation into what happened.”
Mr Gibbins was travelling on the A90 Fraserburgh to Peterhead road at about 3am at the time of the crash.