Police Scotland is appealing for information which could assist with identifying the body of a woman recovered from the River Forth.
A report was received of a body seen in the water off Society Road west of South Queensferry around 9.45am on Saturday, 13 June.
The woman was recovered with the aid of HM Coastguard.
Herd death is currently being treated as unexplained.. A report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal in due course.
Officers are now appealing for information which could aid identifying the woman.
She is described as approximately early to mid-30s, 5ft 5in tall and of slim build.
She has dark shoulder length hair which was dyed red.
She has four small tattoos in a cluster on her outer leg above her right ankle, consisting of a fire symbol and a symbol similar to multiple apostrophes in a circle. She was wearing two necklaces, both of a thread like material.
One was red/orange in colour and the other green. One had small silver stars and the other green gemstones.
Anyone who may be able to assist identifying the woman is asked to call police on 101, quoting incident 1128 of 13 June.