Family and friends have paid emotional tributes to a Dundee man killed following an incident on a Dundee street on Sunday night.
The man, who has been named locally as Gordon Diduca, died after apparently being shot with an arrow at Dundonald Court, on Arklay Street, on Sunday evening at about 11.45pm.
Police closed off the streets around the building as they probe the scene, with forensics teams scouring the area for evidence.
They are treating the incident as “suspicious”.
Tributes to Mr Diduca, who was 24 and also known as Gordon Adams, have been flooding in on social media.
One friend said: “Can’t believe it, another good one gone too soon. Love ya Gogs RIP.”
Another pal said: “Fly high mate. You were a true legend. You’ll be missed by many big man.”
Another friend posted: “You will be well and truly missed Gordon taken far too soon. Never told you enough how much I appreciate you and how well you done for yourself.
“My heart goes out to all the family I’m honestly lost for words heaven gained another angel love you bro.”
A police spokesman said: “Police Scotland can confirm that a man has died following a disturbance at Dundonald Court in Dundee yesterday (Sunday 24 September) at around 11.45pm.
“The death is being treated as suspicious and officers are following a positive line of enquiry.
“No further details will be released until formal identification has taken place.
Next of kin have been informed.”