CAERNARFON TOWN FC have been hit by two separate incidents of vandalism over the last week.

The JD Cymru Premier side released a statement after the latest incident on Monday evening, which saw the club’s canteen, boardroom, shop and hospitality suit suffer significant damage that is going to cost “a great amount” to repair.

This follows on from a separate break-in last week that was restricted to the canteen area of The Oval.

Members of the loyal Cofis’ fan base gave up their time to help with the clean-up on Tuesday evening and a crowdfunding page has been set up to raise money for a security system at the ground.

Paul Evans, interim chairman at Caernarfon Town, said: “We are disappointed, and very frustrated, to have been targeted in this way.

“Last week’s incident, which was limited to the canteen, was bad enough but this latest piece of vandalism is of a much greater scale and will set the club back financially.

“We are a volunteer led club that is run by supporters, for the supporters, and pride ourselves on being a big part of the community. It saddens us greatly that someone would think to harm us in this way.

“We wish to think all the supporters who turned up at the ground tonight to help us clear the mess that had been left behind. We as a board are once again indebted to the Cofi Army for assisting us when we really need it.

“We urge anyone who knows anything about either or both of these disappointing instances to contact Dylan Wyn Hughes, PC2580.”

More than £550 has already been raised from the initial target of £500, and anyone that wishes to donate can do so here: