The death of a baby in Stirling is not being treated as suspicious.
A police investigation was launched after the death of the two-month-old boy in the early hours of Saturday.
Paramedics were called to a property in the Raploch area of the city and took the child to Forth Valley Royal Infirmary.
Doctors at the hospital confirmed the infant had died.
Officers from Central Scotland Police have now concluded their investigation and found no suspicious circumstances.
The child’s family is being supported by counsellors.
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