Tributes have been paid by friends and family of a 30-year-old woman who died suddenly at a flat in Dundee.
Officers from Police Scotland were called to a property in Dunholm Terrace, Charleston, after the body of Claire Finnigan was discovered.
Police have concluded their investigation into her death and said there are no suspicious circumstances.
Childhood friend Roxanne Ferguson, 29, said she was “stunned” when she heard the news.
She said: “Everyone knew her.
“It’s so hard to take in just now — it is still so raw.
“She was a bubbly lassie. I didn’t find out she had passed away until after — she was still so young.
“I know she had been trying to better herself recently.
“I’ve seen some of the tributes online — I think everyone is shell-shocked.”
A family member said relatives had been left devastated by Claire’s death, but said she did not want to speak further.
Neighbours also told of their shock. One woman, who declined to be named, said: “ I used to see Claire going up and down the street, she’s lived here for 10 years or so.
“I got a call to say she’d passed away. It’s a tragedy, she was just a young woman.”
A police spokeswoman said: “Police Scotland attended at Dunholm Terrace, Dundee, at 12.20am on Saturday May 20 following the sudden death of a 30-year-old woman.
“There are no suspicious circumstances and as with all sudden deaths a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.”