Police have launched an investigation after a man in his 20s was found dead at a flat in Dundee.
Residents on Marryat Terrace reported seeing a high level of police activity around a city centre flat from Friday afternoon and throughout the weekend.
Police confirmed they were investigating the unexplained death of a 25-year-old man.
A local resident said officers had been in the street from around 2pm on Friday.
She said: “There were two police cars and an ambulance here on Friday afternoon.
“I wasn’t sure what block they were at when they arrived.
“The police remained in the street all weekend. On the Friday, two men went away with police in one of the vehicles.
“Someone has told me a young man that lived in one of the flats had passed away.”
Andrew Adese, 54, said: “Police have been here all weekend. There’s been a lot of activity going back and forth.
“The area is quiet with a lot of elderly folk. It was a shock when I heard it was a young guy who passed away.”
A resident said: “I must have seen police in the street just after 5pm on Friday and there was an ambulance 4×4 here as well.”
“The police were on guard at Marryat Terrace for two days,” added another resident.
“I saw police, forensics and a private ambulance came to take away the body.”
A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Police Scotland can confirm it attended in Marryat Terrace, Dundee, shortly after 5pm on Friday October 19 in response to the reported sudden death of a 25-year-old man.
“The death is currently being treated as unexplained, although there are no apparent suspicious circumstances.
“A report has been sent to the procurator fiscal.”