Police say the sudden the death of a 20-year-old woman at a Dundee multi is not being treated as suspicious.
A brief statement said: “Police Scotland can confirm that the sudden death of a 20 year old woman at Hilltown Court, Dundee on Monday 11th September is not being treated as suspicious.”
The woman — named locally as Aimee Heenan — died on Monday afternoon.
A police presence was in place at the multi until yesterday, with an area initially cordoned off at the entrance to the building.
The cordon was lifted on Tuesday, after the area had been checked by officers with a sniffer dog and carrying an evidence bag.
Meanwhile, a 25-year-old man who was arrested at the scene and charged with offences including resisting police, threatening and abusive behaviour, police assault and obstruction, has been released
It’s understood will appear in court at a later date.
Councillor George McIrvine, who represents the Coldside ward — which includes the Hilltown — said: “The loss of a life is always tragic under such circumstances.
“Thoughts and prayers are with the woman’s loved ones.”
Coldside councillor Helen Wright said she was shocked and saddened to learn of the death.
She said: “This is very sad news.
“I am not aware of the circumstances but my thoughts and prayers are with this woman’s family and friends at this very difficult time for them.”
Tributes have been paid to Aimee by friends and family online.
Sammy Whyte said: “Rest in peace beautiful.
“It was only the other day I was speaking to you, I can’t believe it.
“You were an amazing person, you never failed to put a smile on my face.
“You’re one in a million, this is heartbreaking knowing I’ll never see you or speak to you again.
“We had loads of good times. They take the best of people. You will be missed so much babe. Sleep tight beautiful.
“Gone but never forgotten.”
Kerry Dorian wrote: “Can’t believe I am putting this up, you’re one in a million, beautiful. Rest easy love you lots. Our memories will be in my heart forever.”
Hayley Frew added: “Beautiful girl who had her whole life ahead of her.
“Lost for words, you were one in a million, rest in peace.”
“Many amazing memories that I’ll treasure forever.”