Deaths of two people in Glenrothes treated as ‘unexplained’

Emergency services were called to Forres Drive in the Fife town just after 6pm on Thursday. Picture: Google
Emergency services were called to Forres Drive in the Fife town just after 6pm on Thursday. Picture: Google
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The deaths of a man and woman at a property in Glenrothes are being treated as unexplained.

Emergency services were called to Forres Drive in the Fife town just after 6pm on Thursday.

Police said a 48-year-old man and a 37-year-old woman were found unresponsive within the property and were pronounced dead at the scene.

Officers are said to be in the early stages of an investigation and the deaths are currently being treated as unexplained.

Detective Chief Inspector Scott Cunningham said: “The families of the man and woman have been informed and will be kept fully updated as our inquiries progress.

“We understand the local community will have questions and concerns, and I want to reassure people that we’re doing all we can to establish the circumstances surrounding their deaths.

“Anyone who may have information relevant to the investigation is urged to contact Police Scotland via 101, quoting incident number 2867 of October 4, or speak to an officer in the area as soon as possible.”