The body of a man has been pulled from the Firth of Forth.
He was seen in the water off Preston Island in Fife at about 8.40am on Wednesday.
Officers were called out and his body was recovered.
Police Scotland are treating his death as unexplained and appealing for information that may help identify him.
He was white, 5ft 10in and aged between 40 and 60, with dark hair that was beginning to grey slightly and bald on top.
The man was wearing Nike trainers, three-quarter length Lonsdale jogging bottoms and Lonsdale hooded tracksuit top, all of which were black.
He also wore a khaki Primark T-shirt printed with the slogans “DOWNTOWN” and “1989”, and a picture of a skyline.
Inspector Gavin Cameron said: “If you have any knowledge about who this man is, or any information about why or where he went into the water, please call police on 101, quoting reference number 0602 of 5 August.
“We really want to let his family know what has happened to him.”
The police said a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal in due course.
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