POLICE in West Fife have condemned thieves after a charity box was stolen in Aberdour.

South West Fife Police's Twitter feed reported last night (Wednesday) that the box was taken from the village garden, and said it was "amazing how low some will go for money".

Officers believe that the offence may have taken place on Monday (June 22), between 2-7pm, and are asking anyone with information to call 101, with the reference number 3441 of 22nd June.

In addition, the force reported a responding to a number of calls across the area, including what they described as "a couple of youth disorder calls".

Gatherings of more than eight people at Harbour Place, in Dalgety Bay, and at Prestonhall Quarry, Inverkeithing, were broken up, while officers also visited the old social work building in Rosyth.