Police in Fife have appealed for help to trace the driver of a car which narrowly missed crashing into a house.
The car was heard revving loudly before it careered into the garden wall of a home in Thornton, causing significant damage.
Officers have just released details of the crash which happened in Station Road shortly before 10pm last Friday.
The driver did not stop at the scene and the vehicle, which also had a front seat passenger, was last seen heading in the direction of Main Street.
The car is described as a large dark-coloured saloon-type vehicle, possibly a BMW or similar make.
PC Michael Laing of Glenrothes police station said: “Thankfully, the vehicle stopped just short of colliding with a house.
“However it has caused significant damage to a garden wall which will require to be rebuilt.
“We’d urge anyone who may have seen the vehicle, which we expect will have sustained damage during the collision, in the area or who has any information about this to get in touch.”
Police Scotland can be contacted on 101, quoting incident number 4152 of November 24.
Alternatively, it can be reported anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.