The bodies of a man and a dog have been found in the search for missing hiker Kyle Sambrook.
The 33-year-old, from West Yorkshire, was reported missing after going on a wild camping trip to Glencoe with his beagle Bane on Saturday, February 18.
He did not return home on Tuesday and had not been in contact with anyone since he arrived.
Police Scotland confirmed the body of a man and a dog were discovered in the Glencoe area at around 2.15pm by Mountain Rescue Teams and HM Coastguard.
A spokesperson for the force said there did not appear to be any suspicious circumstances.
They added: “Around 2.15pm on Saturday, February 25, the bodies of a man and a dog were recovered by Mountain Rescue Teams and HM Coastguard in the Glencoe Area.
“They have now been identified as Kyle Sambrook and his dog Bane, who were reported missing earlier this week.
“Kyle’s family wish to thank all involved in the search and have requested their privacy be respected.
“There do not appear to be any suspicious circumstances and a report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.”