A murder inquiry has been launched after the death of a man who was found with serious injuries in north Glasgow.
Mark Conway, 26, was found in a flat in Scaraway Street, Milton, at 0800 GMT on Wednesday. He died at the scene.
Police do not know how he came by his injuries but are considering the possibility that he may have been involved in a disturbance.
Officers are conducting door-to-door inquiries in the area and have appealed for information.
Mr Conway, who was known as "Keddy" to his friends, is described as white, about 5ft 9in tall with short, dark hair and of thin build.
He had a distinctively thin face and sharp features and was wearing a dark blue jacket with the words North Face on the chest and on the rear right shoulder. He may also have had the hood up.
Det Ch Insp Jim Downie, of Strathclyde Police, said: "We know so far that Mr Conway was walking on Skirsa Street in the Cadder area around 0725 hours yesterday morning and a short time later he was found seriously injured within the flat in Scaraway Street.
"However, at this stage we do not know exactly where or how the young man came about his injuries.
"Officers are carrying out door-to-door inquiries and scouring local CCTV footage to try to piece together his movements prior to being found."