Police say they have found a stash of imitation firearms which were stolen from a property in North East Fife earlier this year.
Three fake firearms, which are designed to look like SA80 rifles, were taken from the Army Cadet Hall in Newport-on-Tay in early May along with cash and other training items.
The guns, which are used solely for training purposes and which do not function as working firearms, were recovered along with other training equipment on the outskirts of the town on Sunday.
Officers have thanked members of the public who helped with the investigation and said they were “pleased” that the items had been recovered.
Detective Inspector Chris Mill, of Levenmouth Police Station, said: “Officers have been carrying out extensive inquiries to locate this equipment and I am very pleased that we have been able to recover the firearms.
“I would like to reassure the local community that all of the training equipment has been recovered, and we are following a positive line of inquiry.”
The SA80 rifle is a powerful gas-operated assault rifle used by the British armed forces since 1985.