Dozens of tributes have been paid to Mark Thomas, who died in a fall from a Dundee multi earlier this week.
Charleston man Mark, 41, was found outside Adamson Court, in Lochee, on Monday afternoon and pronounced dead at the scene after falling from the 15th floor of the multi.
Police Scotland said today that inquires were continuing into the incident.
Officers have now left the scene and the cordon has been taken down.
Police maintained a heavy presence outside Adamson Court throughout Tuesday following the 4.30pm fall on Monday.
The area was immediately cordoned off after the incident and a tent was placed around Mark’s body.
Tributes to him have been pouring in.
Writing on the Evening Telegraph’s Facebook page, Laura Dovtartaite commented: “So sad.
“He was such a nice person. RIP.”
Phil Reilly wrote: “Absolutely tragic.
“What a shame for all his family and friends.”
Matthew Sansbury wrote: “Shocking. Heart goes out to the family.”
Following Monday’s incident a police spokesman said in a statement: “Shortly after 4.30pm we were notified of an injured man having been found on the ground in the immediate vicinity of Adamson Court in Lochee.
“This was the first awareness by Police Scotland of the incident.
“Despite medical interventions, the man succumbed to his injuries.
“Officers are continuing to investigate the circumstances of the death, which is being treated as unexplained at this time.”
Mark’s wife Yvonne, 39, said she was “devastated” by her husband’s untimely death.
She told the Tele: “I am now hoping the police investigation into my husband’s death will provide some answers.
“I still don’t know exactly what happened.”