VANDALS have damaged equipment in the playground of a West Fife school and smashed tiles on its roof.

Police are now looking into the incidents, which took place at Park Road Primary in Rosyth last month.

Posting on South West Fife Police's Twitter page, officers stated: "Police are appealing for information after property was damaged at Park Road Primary School, Rosyth.

"Items within the nursery playground have been broken, including a bench and mud kitchen. CCTV will be reviewed by officers. Any info? Please call 101 with ref 1002 of 26/10."

The post said the damage was likely to have taken place during the October holidays.

"Please get in touch using the above reference number if you can identify anyone involved. CCTV is believed to have captured the incident, and is of good quality," it added.

Serious damage was also caused at the school on October 28 between 6-10pm.

Officers added: "A group of youths climbed onto the school roof, removed a number of tiles and smashed them on the ground.

"The incident was also captured on CCTV."

Headteacher Marie Mitchell urged anyone with information to contact police.

"We are extremely disappointed by these latest acts of vandalism and would encourage any witnesses to come forward and contact the police," she said.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or the police on 101.