Sick thieves have ransacked the home of a woman killed in a collision with a car last weekend.
Linda Dunn’s Methil home was broken into in the days after her tragic death and a television and iPad were stolen.
Ms Dunn, 68, died after being struck by a car near Leven retail park on Sunday afternoon.
Two people have since appeared in court in connection with her death.
Police confirmed officers are investigating the break-in at the house in Kinnarchie Crescent, which happened sometime between Monday and Friday.
Levenmouth police temporary inspector Karen Muirhead said: “This is a horrendous set of circumstances.
“A bereaved family already affected by the death of a loved one are now faced with the house being broken into and personal possessions stolen.
“We are appealing to members of the public for information to assist us in identifying those responsible and hopefully recovering the property stolen.”
Anyone with any information is asked to call officers at Methil on 101 quoting reference PS 20171103-1192.
Anyone who wishes to remain anonymous can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
For more on this shocking story, see Monday’s Courier.