Charity box stolen from Fife hospital
A charity box for the Guide Dogs for the Blind has been stolen from the Queen Margaret Hospital, Dunfermline.
It was stolen between 7.45 pm and 8.45 pm on Monday.
The charity box was in the shape of a golden Labrador guide dog with a smaller dog beside it. It is not known how much money was inside.
A suspect described as having grey hair and wearing a light blue tracksuit top was seen by members of the public near to the cycle path at Whitefield road.
Officers are now appealing for anyone with information to please get in contact.
Constable Vicki Philip of Safer Towns Dunfermline said, “This is a large distinctive object and we feel sure that someone must know who is responsible for the theft.”
Our local team of fundraisers would like to take this opportunity to thank patients, visitors and staff at the Queen Margaret Hospital for their tremendous support to Guide Dogs Scotland. We created a unique relationship with everyone we met while on site fundraising. Regretfully hospital policy prevents us from returning. To everyone who continued to support Guide Dogs by making donations in the life sized collection box, we can only say thank you. It is sad when someone steals from a charity and from their local community. Should the hospital be open to reconsider their policy, we would welcome the opportunity to return and meet you all again. Please like and share this post to support Fife Police Division. Thank you