A Fife man who was found with a serious head injury in Lochgelly remains in a critical condition more than two weeks after he was discovered.
Police are still trying to ascertain exactly what happened to Dante Darko in the early hours of Sunday October 28, soon after which he was found lying unconscious by a member of the public on Dundas Street at around 3am.
Officers have examined CCTV footage to try and track the 23-year-old’s movements and are keen to find out whether he was the victim of an assault or involved in some sort of accident.
Mr Darko, who lives in the town with husband Christopher and changed his name from Dylan Cunningham in 2014, is understood to be in a coma at Edinburgh’s Western General Hospital, where medics have described his condition as “critical but stable”.
His sister, Danielle Gibson, has taken to social media urging members of the public with any information to speak to authorities.
She said: “This is our brother and we need to know what happened.
“Anyone that has even the smallest of information, please come forward.”
Police have had a number of reports suggesting Mr Darko had been drinking with a friend in Shardys Bar on Bank Street on the Saturday evening, and he was also seen outside Diamonds Bar later that evening.
Businesses in Main Street with CCTV cameras have had their footage from that night and early morning looked at and, so far, police have been unable to rule out foul play.
Investigators are keen to speak to the occupants of a dark-coloured SUV, possibly a Nissan Qashqai, that stopped near Diamonds pub at around the time the clocks went back.
They are also hoping to trace two male pedestrians who were in the Dundas Street/Main Street area around half an hour before Mr Darko was found.
The first male is described as white with a slim build, black hooded top with the hood up, black knee-length shorts, white trainer socks and black trainers.
The second male is described as being white with a larger build and wearing a dark zip-up top with a lighter coloured panel on the chest, dark trousers and carrying a cream-coloured backpack.
Sergeant Kieran Marsh said: “We would ask anyone who believes they have information to contact police.”
Those with information can contact Dunfermline CID via 101 and quote incident number 3709 of October 28.