Five arrested after man seriously hurt in Kirkcaldy town centre

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Five people have been arrested in connection with an alleged attack in Kirkcaldy town centre.

The incident in the pedestrianised zone of the High Street left a man with a serious arm injury.

The 32-year old is being treated at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee.

Four men and a woman have been arrested.

Police Scotland confirmed it had received “a number of reports” in relation to anti-social behaviour in the area prior to the incident around 10:30 pm.

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It has been reported they were concerned about someone riding a quad bike recklessly.

A Police Scotland spokesman said: “Four men and a woman have been arrested as part of this investigation and inquiries are continuing.

“Anyone with information is asked to come forward.

“Prior to the attack on the male victim a number of reports were received in relation to antisocial behaviour in the area and inquiries are ongoing into these reports.”