A man who raped a teenager in Kelty is still at large more than a week after the attack.
An 18-year-old woman was sexually assaulted in a car before being abandoned in the town’s Limepark Crescent late at night on Monday July 6.
Police issued an appeal for witnesses, and for anyone with dashcam footage which could assist the manhunt to come forward.
But more than a week later officers are no further forward in identifying the attacker, or the vehicle he was driving.
Detective Inspector Kelly McEwan said: “I am appealing to members of the public who were in the area who may have seen something which could be significant to us.
“In particular, I would ask taxi drivers and motorists with dashcams to check their footage. It’s possible they have captured images of the vehicle which could prove vital in our enquiries.”
The suspect is described as having a tanned complexion, dark hair and a dark beard.
According to police, the young woman was attacked between about 10.55pm and 11.15pm.
She had previously been in the area of Kelty’s Main Street.
She sought help at around 11.15pm after being left in Limepark Crescent, a quiet residential street in a modern housing estate to the east of the town.
When she spoke to officers, she said she had been assaulted in a vehicle, but did not know where in the town it had happened.
Officers have gone door to door as part of the investigation and CCTV footage from local residents and businesses is being examined.
Meanwhile, police said they had stepped up patrols to provide reassurance to the public.
Ms McEwan said: “I am also appealing for the driver of a dark coloured car seen in the area of Seafar Drive, Blairadam Crescent and Limepark Crescent about 11.15pm to come forward as they may be a crucial witness.
“I’m aware this incident may cause concern for the local community, however, additional officers will be in the area and anyone with concerns can approach these officers.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Police Scotland on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.