Police are desperately trying to identify a middle-aged woman who was found lying unconscious in a street on Sunday morning.
The identity of the woman, who emergency services took to the Western Infirmary for treatment, is unknown after she was found in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire.
Police were received a phonecall about the woman at 6.20am and found her lying on the pavement in town's Old Street.
A spokesperson for Strathclyde Police said: "The woman is aged between late 40s to early 50s.
"She is around 5ft 6in in height and has a medium to stocky build. She has brown or auburn, straight, shoulder-length hair.
"She does not have any distinguishing marks or tattoos. She was wearing a purple Hi Gear waterproof jacket, a blue and white blouse with black leggings and black shoes.
"She was wearing a watch with a white leather strap. She was also wearing a gold ring. Officers are still trying to establish what has happened to the lady, she does not appear to have any injuries and no handbag or purse was found with her."
Police are continuing to try and establish the woman's identity and ascertain what has happened to her.
Anyone who has any information on the woman's identity should contact Clydebank Police Office on 0141 532 3300.