Death of woman found hurt in garden is not suspicious, police say

Police on Izatt Avenue

The death of a woman found injured in a Fife garden is not being treated as suspicious.

The woman, named locally as Margaret Campbell, was found outside a property in Izatt Avenue, Dunfermline, at around 8am on Monday.

The 66-year-old was taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy but died on Monday afternoon.

Police started an investigation but have now confirmed the death is not suspicious.

Detective Inspector Paul Dick of Fife Division’s CID said: “We can now confirm that the death of a woman found seriously injured in Dunfermline is non-suspicious.

“The woman, aged in her sixties, was found injured in the garden of a property on Izatt Avenue shortly after 8am on Monday September 25.

“She was taken to the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy where she sadly passed away later that day and a full investigation was launched to establish the circumstances surrounding her injuries.

“Her family have been fully informed of this development and our thoughts remain with them at this difficult time.

“A report has been submitted to the Procurator Fiscal.”