A teenager found dead at the Falls of Bruar has been named by police.
Ali Ahmed, 19, from East London, was reported missing on Wednesday evening, prompting a major air and land rescue mission at the gorge near Pitlochry.
He had been swimming with friends in the area around the waterfall for about an hour before being swept away by accelerating currents.
The group are understood to have formed a human chain in attempt to save Mr Ahmed but were unable to reach him in the water.
Efforts to trace the teenager gathered pace on Wednesday evening, with police officers being joined by the fire service, ambulance crews and the local mountain rescue team.
An air ambulance and a search and rescue helicopter were also dispatched to the scene near Blair Atholl with police divers continuing the operation into Thursday morning.
Just hours later, officers called off the search after discovering the body of a teenager in the water nearby.
A police spokesman confirmed the body has been formally identified as Mr Ahmed and next of kin has been informed.
He added: “Our thoughts are with his family.”