An elderly hillwalker who died on a hike in the Highlands has been named by police.
James Baillie had not been seen since midday on Wednesday in the Glen Etive area in the Highlands.
A large-scale search involving Northern Constabulary, Strathclyde Police, Glencoe mountain rescue team, Oban mountain rescue team, the RAF mountain rescue team, rescue helicopter 177 and search and rescue dogs scoured the area in search of the 74-year-old.
A body was discovered in the Stob Dubh area of Glen Etive at around 2.30pm on Friday. Police confirmed on Saturday that it was Mr Baillie from Balerno, Edinburgh.
His family have been informed.
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