A man has been arrested after a Bank of Scotland branch in Fife was allegedly robbed.
A spokesman for the Bank of Scotland confirmed an incident took place in the Bothwell Street branch in Dunfermline.
The spokesman said that no customers or staff members were harmed and Police Scotland were investigating the incident.
Police Scotland released a statement saying a 46-year-old man had been arrested in connection with the incident, which took place just after 9am this morning.
A police spokesman said there were reports a meat cleaver was involved in the incident.
The news comes after it emerged a jewellery shop in Dundee had been robbed this morning.
However, there is no suggestion the two incidents are linked.