Detectives are appealing for information after a housebreaking and attempted housebreaking in Clydebank on Sunday. Around 5am, officers were called to a house in Park Road after a householder had disturbed a man who had broken into his home. The suspect made off with a bag which was later recovered nearby. Later, around 10.30am., a further report was made of an attempted housebreaking in Park Road, where they discovered that someone had attempted to gain entry to a locked garage, however they were unsuccessful. Detective Sergeant Neil Allison, of Clydebank Police Office, is appealing for any information. He said: “Officers have been carrying out inquiries in the Park Road area and are gathering any CCTV footage from the area, in our efforts to trace who is responsible for these incidents. I would ask anyone who was in the Park Road area from late Saturday evening into Sunday morning who may have seen someone acting suspiciously, or anything out of the ordinary to come forward to police. Officers will be carrying out extra patrols in the area to provide reassurance to the public and anyone with concerns should speak to officers. I would also ask householders to be extra vigilant, and ensure that doors, windows and any sheds or garages are kept secure. Anyone with information that may assist the police investigation is asked to contact Clydebank Police Office on 101 quoting reference number 1007 of 13th May. Alternatively Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555 111, where anonymity can be maintained.