Police are appealing for information as they try to identify a woman who was found lying seriously injured on a city street.
A passer-by found the woman on the pavement in Laverockbank Road in Edinburgh at around 5.30pm on Sunday.
Emergency services were called and she was taken to hospital, where her condition is described as serious.
Police are working to identify the woman so they can let any family she may have know she is very unwell.
The woman is described as being in her late 60s, between 5ft 5ins and 5ft 7ins, with short grey hair and a dental plate with four teeth.
When found she was wearing navy trousers, a white vest top and a teal cardigan all from Marks and Spencer.
She also had a navy raincoat and was wearing black shoes with a Velcro strap.
Detective Inspector Jon Pleasance, of Edinburgh CID, said: “The only jewellery she was wearing was a yellow and white metal ladies watch – Lorus brand.
“The only other possessions she had were four keys, two mortice and two padlock type keys on a brown leather fob with the word ‘Traidcraft’ written on it.
“At present we are trying to establish how this woman came about her injuries. We need to find out who she is so we can let any family members know where she is and that she is very unwell.
“I would appeal to anyone who can assist in identifying her or was in the Laverockbank Road area of Edinburgh yesterday afternoon to come forward.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact Edinburgh CID via 101 quoting reference number 3537 of Sunday September 27 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where anonymity can be maintained.