Two vehicles stolen during north east Fife break ins

Police are investigating the break ins
Police are investigating the break ins

Police in north east Fife are urging local farmers, workers and members of the community to be extra vigilant following recent break-ins and thefts.

During the early hours of Thursday, November 12, two separate properties in Anstruther and Kingsbarns were targeted.

Those responsible forced entry into outbuildings and stole numerous items including a red Mazda pick-up truck with registration number SP02NYX, a Gator Polaris with vehicle registration number SN62GOX, a horse box and power tools.

Anyone who believes they have seen these vehicles or has any relevant information about the identity of those responsible are asked to contact Police Scotland.

Community Investigation Unit Police Sergeant, Gary Combe from Cupar Police Station, said: “We are currently investigating three separate crimes in north east Fife where rural premises appear to have been targeted and vehicles stolen from two separate locations by the thieves.

“We believe these crimes to be linked and would urge anyone with any information about the identity of the thieves or regarding the disposal of any of the stolen property to make contact with Police Scotland”.

Anyone with information about these crimes can contact Police Scotland on 101 or alternatively, the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.