Police say a suspicious package found at a Scots bank poses no risk to the public.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson added that two fire appliances were also in attendance at the time.
An ambulance and paramedic crew had also been dispatched to the scene as the surrounding area was taped off by police.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “We received a report relating to a potentially suspicious package around 12.55pm on Thursday, 21 October at a business on East Port, Dunfermline.
“Emergency services attended and the premises was evacuated as a precaution while the item was assessed.
“It was established that there was no risk to the public.”
An RBS spokesperson said: “We can confirm there has been an incident at our Dunfermline branch that has caused some disruption.
“We are supporting Police Scotland with their inquiries and working to re-open the branch as soon as possible.
“In the meantime we continue to offer customers a range of alternative ways to bank including at the local post office, through our online and mobile app.”
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