The dad of a man who was killed by a drink-driver says he fears the man responsible will continue to reoffend.
Stephen McCann (pictured above) was just 20 when he was hit by a car being driven by Andrew Russell, on the Glenrothes to Leslie road, in 2012.
Russell - who was under the influence of alcohol at the time - then fled the scene, leaving Mr McCann to die.
He was later jailed for almost five years for that offence.
But this week, 32-year-old Russell, of Dundonald Park in Cardenden, was put back behind bars after admitting drink-driving in his home town in August this year.
He has been given an 11-month sentence in prison.
The court case came in the same week that Stephen should have turned 28.
In an exclusive interview with Kingdom FM News, Stephen's dad Frank told how he felt he had not got justice for his son's death - and believes Russell will continue committing similar offences.