Family and friends of a popular Fife woman who was killed while working as a tour guide in Lapland have paid their final respects at a private service in Dunfermline.
The funeral of Rebecca Johnson, 26, from Burntisland, was held at Dunfermline Crematorium on Friday morning, with those attending asked to wear something purple, her favourite colour, or animal print in her honour.
A further event is understood to have been held in the afternoon at the Bay Hotel in Kinghorn, where those who knew Becky were able to share their memories of her with the family.
Becky had been over in Finland with the Santa Safari tour company providing Christmas-themed trips to Lapland when tragedy struck.
Her body was found at a property in the Finnish village of Kuttanen on December 3, sparking a huge manhunt in the surrounding Arctic wilderness.
It is understood she had been stabbed to death.
Her Czech boyfriend Radek Kovac, 36, who changed his name from Karel Frybl during his time in Scotland, had fled the scene and was eventually taken into custody by the Finland Police Department.
A search involving sled dogs and a helicopter discovered Kovac cowering in woodland in temperatures below -30C, and he required treatment for hypothermia before being handed over to authorities.
Kovac, who appeared in a Finnish court under his real name Karel Frybl, has since been remanded in custody on suspicion of murdering Rebecca in the flat they shared in the village.
A keen musher, Becky was well-known for her love of dogs and was a director of Burntisland-based Active Woofers.
The former Balwearie High School pupil also ran stalls at dog racing events and was well-known and liked in dog racing circles.
Following news of her passing, various tributes were paid in the weeks that followed, with runners at a dog race at Lochore Meadows Country Park wearing purple ribbons to remember her.
A trophy was also named after her for the best in show at a canine Christmas party in mid-December, with a minute’s applause led before the prize was handed over.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has said it is doing what it can to support Becky’s family following her death.