A FOOTBALL club on Anglesey's facilities has been targeted by thieves for the second time in a month.

Welsh Alliance Two side Gaerwen's canteen was raided after their portable cabin at Lon Groes was broken into some time between May 22 and 23.

The incident resulted in stock, including food and refreshments, being stolen and locks having to be replaced.

Club chairman Gavin Thomas called the incidents "heartbreaking".

"We are deeply disappointed and saddened by these break ins," he added.

"There is a small group of us who volunteer our time and efforts for the club and for our facilities to be disrespected when a lot of hard work from all the committee for the seniors and the juniors has gone into it is heartbreaking."

North Wales Police say they have been informed and are investigating the incidents.

The break-ins at Gaerwen follow similar occurrences at the cabins of Anglesey League side's Bodorgan and Llandegfan, who have also faced vandalism in recent months.

"As a result of the break-ins, we have had to introduce extra security measures up at the field now, which aren't cheap to buy," Mr Thomas added.

"We are asking the people of the village to be vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour to the Police.

"We just hope that our facilities are left alone so we can carry on the good work that we have been doing in the community."

Gaerwen FC finished the 2018/19 Welsh Alliance Two season in eleventh place on 32 points.

The club's Lon Groes ground is set to host two of the women's fixtures when the Island Games football tournament comes to Anglesey this month.

Anyone with details of the break-ins is asked to call 101, quoting 19100266872.