Scotland police have confirmed that Taylor Frazer (below) was the young man found drowned in the River Tay this week.
Specialists had previously searched the water and banks where the 27-year-old's body evidently surfaced on Tuesday night.
Nothing was discovered during those operations.
Authorities were convinced throughout Taylor Frazer's brief missing persons investigation that he was in peril, expressing "significant concerns" in their appeal for the public's help in locating him.
Now that his corpse has been recovered from the River Tay, though, they've issued a statement to the contrary:
"There are no suspicious circumstances," a police spokesperson advised reporters for the Scottish Daily Record yesterday.
The Dundee man disappeared from a posh hotel on Whitehall Crescent the very morning he was due to check out.
He was allegedly last sighted alive "near Tesco in Riverside" around 5:00 a.m. on Sunday.
It's still not known what happened to Taylor Frazer after that, or if he did actually depart the Malmaison Hotel as planned.
A forensics team was called in to comb his suite for clues. Apparently they didn't find any.