Concerns have been raised over anti-social behaviour and vandalism after two youngsters were spotted on the roof of the abandoned King Malcolm Hotel in Dunfermline last week.

A video posted on the Facebook page of Fife Jammer Locations showed two young boys on the roof of the old hotel.

This comes after the Press previously reported that three youths were charged after a spate of anti-social behaviour and vandalism at the former King Malcolm Hotel last year.

The hotel closed in 2020 and there have been concerns about the site being accessed by youngsters.

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Dunfermline South councillor James Calder said: “The King Malcolm Hotel is becoming a derelict eyesore but also a hub for anti-social behaviour.

“I have met the owners of the site to push for them to find a long-term solution to sort this out.

“In the meantime, however, we need to make sure that the anti-social behaviour is dealt with.

"I have spoken both with the police and fire service recently and I know they recently conducted an audit of the site and are in touch with owners.

“Hopefully that will help deal with these types of incidents but ultimately we need a solution that puts the site back into use.

"This is really important not only for nearby residents in Pitcorthie but for Dunfermline as a whole, with this being in the gateway to our city.”