Police probe after man's body found on Kirkcaldy beach

Police have launched an investigation after a man’s body was discovered on a beach in Kirkcaldy this morning.

Officers attended at the town’s waterfront at around 7am after the discovery was reported.

Part of a footpath on Kirkcaldy promenade, opposite the Lidl store, has been sealed off by two police vans, and part of the beach directly below the seawall has been taped off.

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Emergency services remain at the scene this morning with a large police presence in the area.
Emergency services remain at the scene this morning with a large police presence in the area.

Emergency services remain at the scene with officers on the beach and the promenade.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “At around 7am on Wednesday, 14 July, police received a report of the body of a man found on the beach at Kirkcaldy.

"Emergency services are in attendance and enquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances.”

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Police have launched an investigation after a man's body was discovered on the beach at Kirkcaldy.

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