The body of the fourth victim of a North Sea helicopter crash has been recovered from the aircraft wreckage.
Four people were killed when the Super Puma carrying oil workers plunged into the sea off Shetland on Friday evening.
Rescuers recovered three bodies in the aftermath of the crash and the fourth was removed from the wreckage on Sunday afternoon.
Chief Inspector Angus MacInnes, from Police Scotland, said: "The fourth person was recovered from the wreckage a short time ago and we have deployed family liaison officers to support those who have lost loved ones. We are also working with the industry to help support all of those affected."