SIGNS and bridges in the Central Fife area have been vandalised with graffiti relating to Rangers Football Club.

Police in Cowdenbeath have appealed for information following the damage carried out in the town, as well as in Crossgates and Hill of Beath.

Images released by local officers show 'Union Bears' wording, as well as symbols from the Rangers fan group.

Police Scotland Fife said: "Police in Cowdenbeath are appealing for information following a spate of football graffiti vandalisms.

"Signs and bridges were recently vandalised throughout the Hill of Beath, Crossgates and Cowdenbeath area.

"Call 101 if you know who was responsible."

The vandalism follows several buildings in the Cowdenbeath area being tarnished with Celtic Football Club graffiti.

Two youths, aged 15 and 16, were charged as a number of properties were covered in spray paint.

'Mon the Celts' and 'Mon the Celtic' wording was visible at two locations, whilst other markings have been pictured elsewhere.

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