Police have issued a fresh appeal for witnesses to a robbery on an elderly Crossford woman.
The robber forced the 76-year-old back into her home and then stole a quantity of person items, including jewellery and a number of cameras.
The man is described as being 5ft 8in tall with a slim build.
He has short fair to medium coloured hair and spoke with a foreign accent.
It happened only hours after a Kirkcaldy pensioner was robbed in his own home in Nicol Street.
Anyone with any information is being asked to come forward.
Detective Inspector Kelly McEwan from Dunfermline CID said: “This is a despicable robbery of an elderly woman, which left her very shaken and distressed.”
She asked that anyone who remembered seeing any suspicious activity around Lundin Road on Friday evening, or in the days leading up to the crime, to contact police immediately.
“I believe the suspect may be from the west Fife area or has connections to the area and would ask members of the public who recognise the description of the suspect or has any information regarding this crime to contact police.”
The officer also urged any members of the public who might be approached by a man matching the description of the suspect in an attempt to sell jewellery or cameras not to buy goods but to contact police.
Information can be passed on by calling 101 and quoting incident number 99 of the 5th May.
Calls can also be made anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.