TWO former Prestatyn Town players came to the aid of the club after they suffered a break-in at their ground last week.

The Seasiders’ confirmed that the clubhouse at Bastion Gardens was broken into on Wednesday, February 17, with thieves taking alcohol from the site in addition to collection boxes for worthy causes across the region.

A statement on the Prestatyn Town Facebook page, read: “We are saddened and sorry to announce that last night (Wednesday) our clubhouse was broken into with items such as alcohol and charity boxes containing money being stolen.

“There has also been some damage inside the clubhouse too.”

This received an incredible response from supporters, who were also told the walkie talkies they generously purchased were also stolen during the incident and the club asked for people within the area to be vigilant regarding the items possibly being sold by the culprits.

Former club captain and local tradesman Dale Milne has volunteered his time to assist the club with any repairs in the coming weeks, with the JD Cymru North set to get underway after months of uncertainty due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Another ex-Town player Peter Evans, who works at Travis Perkins in Queensferry, lent his support to the clean-up process by offering to donate any materials that might be needed to get the clubhouse back up to standard.

“We are over the moon with the response and would like to thank Peter and Dale for their kind gestures,” said a Prestatyn spokesman.

Anyone with information regarding the break-in is urged to contract North Wales Police on 101.