Police are awaiting the results of a post mortem examination as they continue to investigate the death of a newborn baby in Cupar.
Officers are still treating the discovery of the three-week-old girl’s body as “unexplained” after being called to a flat in Kinloss Crescent on Saturday morning.
A strong police presence has remained in the area as officers attempt to ascertain the cause of the youngster’s sudden death, an incident that has shocked the close-knit community.
The post mortem is understood to have taken place on Tuesday, with details of its findings expected in the coming days.
Meanwhile, floral tributes and teddy bears have continued to be left outside of the upstairs flat where the baby lived with her mother, named locally as Claire Turnbull.
It is understood that she had only moved to the property several weeks ago, with local residents telling The Courier that they had seen very little of their new neighbour since she arrived.
Police Scotland said that it is continuing to investigate the sudden death, as is standard practice in such circumstances.