SCHOOLS in Clydebank have been targeted by vandals three times in the past week.

Police are looking for witnesses who have any information on the incidents, which happened at Kilbowie and Our Holy Redeemer’s primary schools.

Our Holy Redeemer’s was struck twice, first between 4pm on Thursday, July 25 and 8am the following day.

Police discovered damage to a number of windows at the school, which had been used to gain entry to the building.

Despite the break-in, nothing was taken.

On Friday, July 26, people were also able to gain access to the same school, which was reported just after 5pm.

Walls, seats and benches were graffitied.

Also on Friday, felt was pulled from the roof, causing damage to Kilbowie Primary.

Inspector Allan Dickson at Clydebank police office said: “People targeting schools is particularly low. These are important centres for our community, our children and families, and we are taking this very seriously.

“I would urge anyone with information on these incidents to contact us immediately on 101 or through Crimestoppers.”

A spokeswoman for West Dunbartonshire Council said: “We condemn all vandalism, particularly when it impacts on our young people.

“We would urge any members of the public who witnessed anything to contact the police on 101.”