School break-in probe continues
Police are still appealing for information following a break-in at a primary school.
Yobs smashed a window at Bargarran Primary School, in Erskine, before clogging up a sink and leaving a tap running.
The senseless incident unfolded at around 7.30pm last Wednesday and cops have asked for witnesses to come forward.
It is understood the suspects lobbed a large rock through a window to get inside before trying to cause water damage to a classroom then fled the scene.
Police say the cost of the damage caused is still to be established.
Sergeant Alan Mack, who is based in Johnstone, has warned that the force will not tolerate vandalism.
He said:“We were called to reports that Bargarran Primary School in Erskine had been broken into around 7.30pm.
“A window had been crudely smashed with a large rock and the suspects gained access. While inside they clogged up a classroom sink and turned on the taps.
“There was some water damage caused.
“I would ask anyone who may have seen anything suspicious near the school at around the time of the incident to please get in touch.
Express readers with information should contact 101.