The physique of a person recovered by officers investigating the dying of a pregnant trainer has been formally recognized as her associate David Yates.
Police Scotland officers made the invention at Mugdock Reservoir on Thursday.
The search was underneath method for Yates, 36, after Marelle Sturrock, 35, was discovered lifeless in a property in Glasgow’s Jura Street on Tuesday morning.
A homicide investigation was opened into her dying and officers have stated there may be nothing to counsel anybody else was concerned. Ms Sturrock was 29 weeks pregnant and her unborn child didn’t survive.
On Friday afternoon, a pressure spokesperson stated: “The physique of a person recovered yesterday following searches of Mugdock Reservoir has now been formally recognized as 36-year-old David Yates.
“His death is not being treated as suspicious.”
Yates’s white Seat Ateca was found at Mugdock Country Park 9 miles away on Tuesday, sparking a serious police search.
Police divers had been noticed on the East Dunbartonshire park and components of the reservoir was taped off, with officers standing guard.
A Police Scotland spokesperson added: “An investigation stays ongoing, nevertheless, there may be nothing to counsel anybody else was concerned in her dying.
“Reports will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal in due course.
“Officers proceed to offer specialist help to each households at this extremely tough time.”
Police seek for associate of pregnant trainer who was discovered lifeless in Glasgow
Police trying to find associate of pregnant trainer killed in Glasgow discover physique
Ms Sturrock was from the Scottish Highlands however moved to Glasgow when she was 17 to pursue a profession within the performing arts.
She later grew to become a major faculty trainer after finishing her postgraduate diploma in training.
Parents and carers of pupils at Sandwood Primary School in Glasgow, the place Ms Sturrock labored, had been informed of her dying in a letter on Wednesday.
Paying tribute later, headteacher Fiona Donnelly described Ms Sturrock as a “lovely, kind, diligent and considerate person who loved and made time for everyone”.
She added: “We are a school community in mourning and are devastated by the tragic news of her death and pass on our deepest condolences to her family and friends as we all come to terms with our loss.”