A man is in a critical condition in hospital after being found lying injured in a Fife street.
The 23-year-old was found by a member of the public on Dundas Street in Lochgelly at about 3am on Sunday, October 28.
Police say he suffered a “significant injury to his head”.
The man was taken to Edinburgh’s Western General Hospital where he remains in a critical condition.
Officers are now looking to track down the occupants of a dark-coloured SUV, believed to be a Nissan Qashqaui.
The vehicle was seen to stop near to Diamonds public house on Main Street around the time the clocks went back and those within may have information that can assist officers.
Police also want to speak with two men seen in the area about half an hour before the man was found.
The first male is described as white with a slim build, black hooded top with the hood up, black knee-length shorts, white trainer socks and black trainers.
The second male is described as being white with a larger build and wearing a dark zip-up top with a lighter coloured panel on the chest, dark trousers and carrying a cream-coloured back pack.
Detective Sergeant Kieran Marsh from Dunfermline CID said: “At this time we have not been able to speak with the man to establish how he sustained his injuries and as such, we’ve got to keep an open mind as to all possibilities.
“With that in mind, we would ask anyone who believes they have information relevant to this investigation to contact police immediately.
“We know that an SUV and two male pedestrians were within the area prior to the man being found and all of these individuals are asked to get in touch to assist with our inquiries as they may have useful information that can help us determine what has happened.”
Those with information can contact Dunfermline CID via 101 and quote incident number 3709 of the October 28.