A Fife hotel has been shut down following a raid by police investigating serious and organised crime.
Uniformed police forced entry at the business at around 12.15pm and a 31-year-old man was subsequently was arrested.
Police yesterday confirmed he has now been released pending further investigation.
A number of items were seized and removed from the hotel which will now be examined by investigators.
The business has also been handed a prohibition order after breaches of environmental health legislation were uncovered.
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Officials from Fife Council were also in attendance during the raid which also involved specialist search dogs.
The probe was launched after intelligence was received from members of the local community about possible illegal activity at the site.
Detective Sergeant David Nairn from the East Organised Crime and Counter Terrorism Unit said: “The intention of this enforcement action was to disrupt ongoing criminality, identify any potential offenders, and most importantly, send a message to the community that their concerns have been acted upon.
“With the establishment now closed we will have an appropriate plan in place to ensure that criminal activity is not simply displaced, but eradicated from the area.
“Activity such as this is only possible with the assistance of the public coming forward with vital information.
“If you would like to make a report of ongoing crime in your area then please contact us via 101 or make an anonymous call to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”