Kirkcaldy Post Office burgled

A Kirkcaldy branch post office was yesterday morning discovered to have been broken into and over £7 stolen.
When the girl in charge left the premises last night everything was securely locked.
Access appears to have been gained by a close door, which was found wrenched open, the shop door apparently having been opened with a skeleton key.
Two drawers of the Post Office desk were also forced open, from one of which the money was taken.
(The Courier and Argus (Dundee, Scotland), Saturday, April 21, 1900)