Four vehicles – including a motorhome – worth more than £70,000 in total have been stolen from a caravan repairs garage.
The incident happened overnight on Monday into Tuesday at Touring Caravan Services on Woodgate Way North, Glenrothes.
Police believe suspects arrived at the Fife premises in a vehicle before forcing entry and stealing four keys.
These were then used to take a white Vauxhall Astra with the registration number BN10 EFE, a silver Mercedes-Benz ML350 with the registration number ST61 CZO, a black and white Swift Bolero motorhome with the registration SP64 CUW and a silver Hyundai Santa Fe, which was later recovered nearby.
Detective Sergeant Mark Beveridge, from Glenrothes CID, said: “We believe at least four or possibly five people have been involved in this incident as the vehicles were all driven away from the premises.
“I would appeal to anyone who has seen any of these vehicles in the Fife area since their theft, or has information in their current whereabouts, to get in touch as soon as possible.
“Please be mindful that the registration numbers could have been changed.
“Equally, anyone with any information on those involved, or who might have seen any suspicious behaviour in the area prior to the incident, is asked to come forward.”
The value of the stolen vehicles is estimated to be more than £70,000.
Inquiries are ongoing, and anyone who has seen the vehicles has been asked by Police Scotland to get in touch.