Two buildings are said to be badly damaged following a blaze at a Fife industrial estate.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) has confirmed that firefighters are still at the site in Southfield Industrial Estate, Faraday Road, Glenrothes.
The fire broke out around 11.15pm on Monday and led to six fire engines attending.
A spokesperson for SFRS said two “separate” buildings – understood to be used for packaging – were “well alight” when firecrews arrived.
She added that the blaze had covered a “large” area at the site.
A police spokesperson confirmed officers attended at the scene to close roads.
Glenrothes has seen a number of suspicious and malicious fires in recent weeks.
Two cars were all but destroyed in an early-morning blaze in Sheil Court on Monday, and that came just days after a fire caused £25,000 worth of damage to a caravan and parked vehicles in Megginch Place.
More to follow.