Vehicles damaged in Leslie

Police are seeking witnesses to the accident
Police are seeking witnesses to the accident

The public have been asked to remain vigilant and report anyone acting suspiciously after more incidents of vehicles being damaged.
Two cars were vandalised in separate incidents in Leslie in the early hours of Saturday, December 13.

In the first incident a vehicle parked in Anderson Drive had a window smashed.

A short time later another vehicle in Kirk Drive had several of its windows smashed and a tyre slashed.

Glenrothes Police say they are treating the two incidents as connected due to their close proximity and time in which they occurred.

The incidents are the latest in a number of vandal attacks on vehicles across the Glenrothes area in recent weeks.

Inspector Derek Paxton told the Gazette: “Any such incidents are a cause for concern and are an inconvenience and inflict a financial burden on the vehicle’s owners.

“We are calling on the public across the Glenrothes area to remain vigilant and contact us immediately if they need to.”

Constable Kayleigh Simpson, of the Glenrothes Community Team, who is investigating the latest acts of vehicle vandalism said: “I am appealing to anyone who has any information about these incidents to contact Police Scotland on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”