Police have now identified the body of a man found in a Fife forest earlier this month.
Officers will not be releasing his identity but have revealed he was a 26-year-old, originally from the Tees Valley area of England, who lived in Dunfermline.
His family is receiving support from the police.
The public had been asked to help identify the remains found in Devilla Forest near Kincardine on Sunday September 3.
The man had last been seen on Thursday August 17 wearing outdoor clothing, including a blue, short-sleeved Kalenji T-shirt, grey trousers with black patches on the knees, black Quechua walking shoes, a red and black rucksack and glasses.
His death remains unexplained pending further forensic enquiries and a report has been submitted to the procurator fiscal.
Detective Inspector Kelly McEwan of Dunfermline CID, said: “The cause of death remains unexplained and we’re continuing to work to get answers from the man’s family, who we’re providing support to at this sad time.
“I want to thank those who’ve offered information so far and would continue to ask anyone who may be able to help, or who may have seen the man in the Devilla Forest area around Thursday August 17 to get in touch as soon as possible.”
Those with information can contact Dunfermline CID on 101, quoting incident number 1754 of September 3.