Police investigating a large-scale disturbance in Thornton hope to gather useful information from a separate operation.
Officers say the activity around the Redhouse roundabout on Thursday and Friday involving the Home Office, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs and the Vehicle Standards Agency was not directly linked to last weekend’s disorder but may help their inquiries.
Inspector Joanne McEwan from Glenrothes Police Station said a number of vehicles were stopped during the operation and various offences identified.
It followed battles involving up to 20 men near the A92 at the roundabout and Balbeggie Avenue and Main Street in Thornton on Friday July 20.
A 22-year-old man has been charged and will appear in court at a later date but officers want to identify the others involved. Inspector McEwan said: “We want to make it clear that the disorder which occurred within the Thornton and Glenrothes area last week will not be tolerated.
“One arrest has already been made but this investigation continues as we know a large number of people were involved.
“Our multi-agency activity in and around the Redhouse roundabout area over the past couple of days was not directly linked to this inquiry.
“However, we hope to garner useful information that can assist with it while, at the same time, demonstrating to the public that we will not stand for criminality of any kind on our road network.”
Police are particularly keen to hear from anyone with dashcam footage.
Anyone with information should call police on 101.5