Thieves have made off with a haul worth more than £20,000 following a raid at a Fife golf course.
The crooks broke into Dumbarnie Links Golf Club, which is at Drumeldie near Upper Largo, overnight between 8pm on Wednesday and 6am the following morning.
Police say they smashed through gates at the site using a vehicle. Once inside, the thieves then forced entry to the buildings and stole golf clubs, clothing, alcohol and food.
Officers are scouring CCTV for clues and are also appealing for help from members of the public.
Sergeant Matt Spencer said: “A significant amount of effort went into gaining entry to this site. I appreciate the time frame is quite long, but I would appeal to members of the public and motorists to think back and consider if they noticed anything unusual.
“If anyone has dash cams and was in the area between the hours mentioned, please check your footage as it may have captured images which could assist our enquiries.
“Similarly, if you are approached and offered golf equipment at a price which seems too good to be true, please contact us. “
Anyone with information is asked to call Police Scotland via 101, quoting incident number 475 of September 17. Alternatively, please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where you can give your information anonymously.