Police continued their investigations on Tuesday into the death of an elderly pensioner found dead in her Fife home.
Annie Temple, 97, was found in the West End area of Kinglassie by police after reports of concern for her welfare.
Ms Temple, who lived alone in a bungalow in the street, was discovered at around 11.10am on Friday October 25.
Police Scotland maintain Ms Temple’s death is still being treated as “unexplained” pending further enquiries, and officers have been seen carrying out door-to-door enquiries every day since her body was found inside her property.
A man was arrested in connection with an alleged assault in the village earlier but police have stressed he had not been arrested in connection with her death.
No further details have been divulged about when the assault is alleged to have taken place, or when Ms Temple – who is known locally as Nan – passed away.
A Police Scotland spokeswoman could only confirm the investigation is still “live”, and there was no update on statements previously given to the press.
Local residents say there has been police activity in the street since Wednesday last week, with police cars often spotted stationed in the area overnight.
Businesses in Kinglassie have also been asked for any CCTV footage that may shed some light on Ms Temple’s final movements.
Neighbours told earlier this week how Ms Temple had been viewed as a “nice old lady” who had lived independently until a few months ago, with health visitors and meals on wheels workers spotted going in and out of the property in recent weeks.
Anyone with any information which may assist the ongoing investigation should contact Police Scotland on 101.