A BOGUS caller is targeting people in Clydebank claiming to be working on the waterworks in the area.

Police are now investigating after two women reported the man were in their homes.

The targeted properties were in Parkhall Terrace on Monday, June 3 around 3.15pm, and Dumbarton Road on Tuesday, June 4, around 10.40 am.

The women have described the man as white, in his 40s with short grey hair and was wearing glasses.

Once the man left, both women reported the incidents to the police.

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Officers are now reminding residents that if anyone comes to your door, always ask for identification, always close and lock your door while you contact the company in order to check that they are genuine, before allowing anyone access to your home.

If in doubt - contact the police. Always use a door chain to ensure they cannot gain entry until you are satisfied with their identity.

Sergeant Calum Fulton from Clydebank Police Office said: “There may be other people in the Clydebank area who have been approached by this man or who may have seen him, and I would appeal to them to come forward to police.

“If you have had someone at your door recently that you were unsure of, or if a relative has informed you of an incident, we would like to hear from you.”

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Police via 101 or alternatively Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555 111, where anonymity can be maintained.