A Holocaust denier who fled France after he was convicted under anti-Nazi laws has been arrested in a Scottish fishing village.
Vincent Reynouard, 53, was arrested in Anstruther, Fife, on Thursday after a two-year search.
He had been working as a private tutor while living under a false identity in the UK, according to French media reports.
Holocaust denial has been a criminal offence in France since 1990, and Reynouard has been convicted on numerous occasions.
He was given a four-month jail term in November 2020 and a further six-month sentence in January 2021.