40 cars vandalised in Kirkcaldy forecourt attack

Police are appealing for information about the vandalism
Police are appealing for information about the vandalism

Vandals have left a car showroom in Kirkcaldy with a five-figure bill for damages to over 40 cars.

Police are appealing for witnesses after vehicles on the forecourt at Arnold Clark on Carberry Road, Kirkcaldy were targeted around 5am on Saturday.

The cars were broken into and then vandalised.

Police estimate the ‘‘significant damage’’ will take a five-figure sum to repair.

They have appealed for anyone who witnessed any unusual behaviour in the area around the time of this incident to get in touch - the garage sits on a busy main road close to Asda which is open 24 hours.

PC Kevin Deehan of Police Scotland said: “At this time we are working to establish the exact circumstances surrounding the damage caused.

“Officers are continuing inquiries and will be studying CCTV images in an effort to glean further information.

“Given the scale of the damage caused, there would have been considerable noise and I would urge anyone who remembers hearing or seeing anything suspicious to come forward.”

Contact Police Scotland on 101, or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.