A complaint relating to the inquiry into allegations that Sir Jimmy Savile sexually abused girls has been made to Tayside Police.
The force confirmed on Wednesday that a woman had reported a "historical incident" said to have taken place in Liverpool.
The force has passed on the details to the Metropolitan Police which is leading the investigation.
A spokeswoman for Tayside Police said: "A disclosure has been made to Tayside Police regarding a historical incident that happened in the Liverpool area. Full details will be provided to the Metropolitan Police, and support is being offered to the woman concerned."
Scotland Yard said it was pursuing 120 lines of inquiry and there could be 30 victims of abuse by the presenter.
The headstone on Sir Jimmy Savile's grave has been removed after his family requested it be taken away out of "respect to public opinion".
Savile's family said they made the decision to ensure the "dignity and sanctity" of Woodlands Cemetery in Scarborough.
A statue of the TV presenter at Scotstoun Leisure Centre, in the west end of Glasgow, has been removed since the allegations.
The DJ, who died last year aged 84, rose to prominence for his work with shows Top of the Pops and Jim’ll Fix It.