The body of a man has been found on popular walking route West Highland Way.
Scott Stirling, 31, was found at the Allander Water, near Clober Road in Milngavie, at around 7.15am on Saturday.
Specialist search officers are carrying out an investigation of the surrounding area, which is continuing on Monday.
Police are treating Mr Stirling's death as suspicious.
A post mortem examination has been held although further tests will be carried out.
Detective Inspector Alan Hunter who is carrying out enquiries into this incident said: "We believe that Scott died between 11.30pm and 7.15am on the morning of Saturday 26. I would appeal to anyone who was in the area of Allander water near to the Staney Bridge and saw anything that may be of assistance to our enquiries to come forward.
"It has been established that Scott had been in the company of two males on Friday evening although we have yet to clarify when he left their company. I would ask anyone who saw three males together in the Milngavie area to speak to police.
"One of the males, a 31 year old man, was the victim of an assault in the Milngavie area in the early hours of Saturday 26th May and was taken to the Western Infirmary where he has been detained suffering from a head injury. Hospital staff describe his condition as stable."
The Crown Office confirmed that Andrew Thompson, 25, from Carstairs village, South Lanarkshire, had appeared at court charged with assault to severe injury.
He made no plea or declaration during the private hearing at Dumbarton Sheriff Court on Monday and was remanded in custody. The case was continued for further examination.
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