It's almost 70 years since a young Spitfire pilot died at Westruther after crashing on a training flight. Malcolm Robertson was 20 years old, and a sergeant in the Royal New Zealand Air Force.
Sergeant Robertson was buried in Glasgow but his story has risen to prominence after human remains were discovered at the crash site. They were found by aircraft enthusiasts who were recovering the Spitfire.
Since then, the police have been searching the site, assisted by anthropologists from Dundee University. Sergeant Robertson's family are being kept up to date.
The crash happened in January 1943. In the high pressure atmosphere of World War Two, Sergeant Robertson's story was all too common. Large numbers of pilots died on training flights.
The police search at Westruther is now complete and tests will begin to identify the remains.