White powder sent to Kirkcaldy business 'was harmless'
A white powder sent inside an envelope to a business premises in Fife has been found to be harmless.
Police were called to Iona House in Kirkcaldy's John Smith Business Park at about 10:30 after a letter was opened and powder spilled out.
Workers who were exposed to the powder were kept inside the room until the powder was identified.
Fife Constabulary said it was a "reckless act" and it would pursue the person who sent the letter.
Supt David McCulloch, Fife Constabulary's head of specialist services, said: "This was a reckless act which put a great many people to inconvenience and tied up a lot of scarce resources by all of the emergency services.
"We will now work to track down the person who committed this criminal act and bring them to justice."