Police in Fife have confirmed that human remains found in St Andrews have are those of Duncan Sim.
The 19-year-old was last seen on Wednesday March 14 at around 11.15pm outside Madras Rugby Club on Old Station Road in the town.
He failed to return to his accommodation and was reported missing the following day. A major missing person investigation was launched by police.
Specialist resources including the Dog Unit, Air Unit and the Dive and Marine Unit assisted local officers in the search. Over one hundred volunteers from the local community and Duncan's hometown of Duns travelled to St Andrews to help.
A member of the public reported the discovery of partial remains in the water in the West Sands area to police on the evening of Sunday June 3.
The death is currently being treated as unexplained but not suspicious, and a report has been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.
Chief Inspector Steven Hamilton, Local Area Commander for North East Fife, said: “This has been a terrible loss of a young man's life and our thoughts and condolences are with Duncan’s family and friends.
“Their courage and cooperation over the course of our investigation has been commendable and we will continue to provide them with support and assistance as they come to terms with this tragic news.