Break-in at home of Fife woman killed in road accident


The home of a Fife woman killed in a road accident has been broken into in a sickening incident.

Police are investigating a break-in at  Kinnarchie Crescent, Methil, some time between Monday and yesterday in which a TV and iPad were stolen.

The householder died after being knocked down on Sunday.

Temporary Inspector Karen Muirhead at Levenmouth said, ” This is horrendous set of circumstances, a bereaved family already affected by the death of a loved one are now faced with the house being broken into and personal possessions stolen.

” We are appealing to members of the public for information to assist us in identifying those responsible and hopefully recover the property stolen.”

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5 Responses

  1. Catherine gemmell says:

    That is disgusting, how could any one do that to the poor family

  2. dawn Mcgauchie says:

    Must be sick in the heed as that is just so low thought’s with the family at this sad time x

  3. Kez doyle says:

    That is just dam rite sick knowing the family are going thro such a hard time the now to do that is just beyond sick my thits are with the family xx

  4. chelle says:

    disgusting scum

  5. James stewart says:

    Sick as hell that nothing worse than some low life robbing the house of a dead person especially when family are grieving makes me sick to my stomach that someone can stoop ti that level

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