A FAR-RIGHT fascist organisation plastered Dunfermline bus stops with neo-Nazi propaganda.

Members of the British Movement targeted the town by putting up a number of hate-filled posters and also took to social media to air their views.

The material encourages local people to "Reject Multiculturalism" and another flyer displayed the "14 Words" slogan commonly used by supremacist groups around the world.

The slogan says: "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children."

The Central Belt Fife BM Facebook page was taken down after numerous complaints were made.

The British Movement was founded in the late 1960s and is known for its history with violence and extremism.

The posters have now been removed and Police are conducting an investigation into the emergence of the messages.