A man was found unconscious in an Edinburgh underpass in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Police say there is nothing to suggest a crime has taken place but are now appealing for information to find out how the man came about his injuries.
At around 12.05am on Sunday, March 19, a 30-year-old man was found unconscious in Calder Road underpass.
He is described as being a white male of average build, around 5ft 10 ins in height with brown hair.
At the time he was wearing jeans, a grey hoodie and white Converse trainers.
Police suggested that he could have been walking west on Calder Road near to Saughton Mains Avenue, Edinburgh.
Detective sergeant Alan Sharp said: “There is nothing at this time to suggest that any crime has taken place, however we are carrying out enquiries to find out how the man came about his injuries.
“I’d appeal to anyone who saw a man matching the above description walking in the Calder Road, Saughton area, or drivers with dash-cam footage who may have passed him as he was walking home to contact us on 101 quoting incident number 0064 of March 19.”