A large quantity of money and jewellery have been stolen as part of a spate of break-ins in St Andrews.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the incidents, which took place between 5.30pm and 9pm on Tuesday May 3, to come forward.
The thefts happened at Berry Place, Learmonth Place and Crawford Gardens and are being treated as connected.
Officers will be stopping vehicles as part of their investigation.
It is not clear how much cash or jewellery was taken, but a police spokesman described it as a “large quantity”.
Detective Inspector Chris Mills said: “From our initial inquiries we believe all three break-ins are connected, but I would like to reassure the people who stay in St Andrews and North East Fife that these sort of crimes are relatively rare.
“We will be carrying out door to door enquiries and carrying out road stops checks to assist our investigation.
“Anyone with information, or who knows who is responsible, should contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting reference 3588 of March 3.”