SPEEDING drivers in Crossford have been stopped of their tracks as villagers joined forces with Police Scotland.
Volunteers took half locally pace watch in an effort to discourage and establish culprits.
Manned with pace weapons, the initiative came about for an hour on Sunday April 7 on the A914 Predominant Avenue.
Dunfermline police thanked the members and, on a submit on their Twitter feed, added: “Following a group pace watch deployment at Predominant Avenue, Crossford, 18 drivers got corrective recommendation in relation to their pace.”
Crossford Neighborhood Council’s chairperson, Joyce Matson, stated quick drivers and people ignoring pink lights had triggered issues: “We’re completely satisfied the police are wanting on the drawback of rushing by means of the village and that they acknowledge folks leaping the lights.”