The former Glenrothes police station complex has been sold, Police Scotland has confirmed.
The Napier Road site has remained dormant since the town’s police presence moved to Fife Division headquarters in Detroit Road last September.
The new owners of the site could not be named by the force, however, it is understood that the current building could be demolished to make way for housing.
Since its closure, the building, located prominently opposite Fife House in the town centre area, has remained boarded up and there were fears expressed by some members of the community that it could become a target for vandals if its future could not be resolved swiftly.
Officers were moved to the south of the town as part of an efficiencies project because maintenance costs for the Napier Road station were considered too high.
To address concerns about the removal of the police station from the heart of Glenrothes, two calling points have since been installed.