Two break-ins took place on the same Clydebank street within hours.

Both incidents took place on Drumry Road with the first occurring around 9.30pm on Wednesday, April 17 and the second at approximately 5.10am on Thursday, April 18.

The first property targeted was empty and the suspects were disturbed by a neighbour.   

The three men involved are described as having their faces covered and one was further identified as wearing a light blue puffer jacket.

A woman in her 60s then discovered two men within her home during the second break-in.  

The suspects are described as being in their late teens to mid-twenties, of slim build and wearing dark clothing with their faces covered.

Police are appealing for more information.

Detective Constable Aislinn MacLeod said: “It is unclear whether these two incidents are linked however we are keeping an open mind at this stage and are appealing for any information which could assist with our enquiries.

“We are asking anyone in the surrounding area with dash-cam or private CCTV, particularly ring doorbell footage, to please check in case you have captured anything which could be of significance at the times the housebreakings took place.

“Anyone with information is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101, quoting incident number 3960 of Wednesday, April 17, 2024.

"Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111."