Appeal for witnesses after vandalism in Glenrothes

Officers will be out speaking to people in the local community. Pic John Devlin
Officers will be out speaking to people in the local community. Pic John Devlin

Police in Glenrothes are appealing for witnesses following recent vandalism in the area.

The incidents happened between 6pm on April 14 and 8.20am hours on April 14 at Fife Dental Care on Culzean Place and the underpass located at the Glamis Centre.

Both have been damaged with the use of black spray paint and inquiries are on-going to trace those responsible.

Glenrothes Community Sergeant Kenny Greig said: “Local officers will be out speaking to residents in local communities as they investigate this incident and I would urge anyone who saw anything suspicious, or who has information that can assist with our investigation to come forward.

“Vandalism is a serious issue, which can have a detrimental impact on communities and residents and businesses, whose properties are wilfully damaged, often find the experience extremely distressing.”

Anyone who would like to report a crime in Glenrothes or elsewhere in Fife can do so by contacting 101.

For details of the next Glenrothes Community Engagement Meeting or to speak with a community officer contact 101.