Police believe the driver of a dark Land Rover may hold key information regarding an incident in Glenrothes.
Local CID officers have launched an investigation after receiving a report of a physical altercation involving a man and a woman on Monday evening.
The incident, which was reported by a member of the public, is said to have taken place at around 6pm at the entrance of Glenrothes Golf Club on Golf Course Road.
While officers admit they currently have little information to work on, an urgent appeal has been launched with one person in particular sought.
DI Stuart Morris said CCTV is being studied, adding: “We are still trying to ascertain what has happened.
“Following the incident the man and woman drove off in a silver car, possibly an estate, but we don’t know much more.
“There may well be an innocent explanation but we are trying to find out if that is the case.”
A short time after parking up the pair left and were last seen driving north before turning right on to South Parks Road towards Glenwood Shopping Centre.
The man is described as around 6ft and wearing a jacket with a furry hood.
The woman is described as around 5ft 6in, with a black ponytail, and wearing dark clothing.
As well as the person who reported the matter, DI Morris believes that a driver seen in the area may also be able to assist officers.
“There was a dark-coloured Land Rover that slowed down and we believe they may have seen something,” he added.
Anybody with information is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101.