Police divers have recovered a 44-year-old man's body after a stolen pick-up truck plunged into water at a dockyard.
The truck, which had been stolen from close to the Forth Road Bridge, was being followed by a police vehicle when it fell into Methil docks on Wednesday.
Fife Constabulary said the vehicle went into Dock No.3 after being spotted by officers near South Street.
It was pulled from the water at 0130 GMT. The man's body was found later on Thursday morning.
The man, who lived locally, was recovered from the water by dive teams from Central Scotland Police, who had been called to the scene on Wednesday evening.
No-one else is thought to have been inside the yellow truck when it went off the edge of the Fife docks at 1620 GMT on Wednesday.
Central Scotland Police will conduct a review into the circumstances of the incident.
I saw the yellow van sitting there in the water and it just went under about 30 seconds to a minute later
A spokesman for Fife Constabulary said: "The vehicle was sighted by police near to South Street, Methil, before entering the dock a short time later.
"Central Scotland Police, who are assisting in the recovery of the vehicle, have also been invited to review the circumstances of police involvement prior to the deposition of the vehicle in No.3 Dock."
A witness, who works nearby, said the vehicle had been about 150 yards from the police.
He told BBC Scotland: "I saw the yellow van coming towards the waterfront, it did a sharp turn to the left and just sort of flipped over, rolled over and went into the water and there was a police van behind it as it happened.
"Once the big splash went away I saw the yellow van sitting there in the water and it just went under about 30 seconds to a minute later."
This got me thinking. I know that we're a small force, with no money, but surely we should have our own underwater search unit, seeing as the majority of fife
has a coastline or at least a river.