A raging radio DJ has appealed for help after his car was damaged by vandals.
Paisley FM’s Fraser Mac disturbed three hooded men scoring the side of his red Dodge Nitro and pulling off the station’s logo which had been stuck on the side.
The volunteer, who is on the airwaves on weekday afternoons, challenged the trio after hearing a noise outside his Spey Avenue home, in the Foxbar area of the town, in the early hours of Friday morning.
The gang ran off but not before peeling the Paisley FM 107.5 livery, leaving the paintwork damaged.
Fraser, 34, said: “I got woken up when I heard noise outside my house in Spey Avenue and saw three hooded persons at the side my car.
“I went outside and immediately they ran down the street. It was then that I saw the vehicle had been damaged with scratch marks and in the way the vinyl Paisley FM logo had been torn away.”
The logo was installed free of charge by Neosigns Scotland Creative in Paisley.
This damage means lacquer has been removed and requires repairs.
The charity radio station, which covers all of Paisley and Renfrewshire, is now seeking support from a local business to make good the work caused by vandals.
“I need to get the lacquer repaired and if a body shop around Paisley area could help, that would be appreciated,” Fraser added.
Robert McWilliam, Paisley FM director, said he is at a loss when trying to understand why someone would target the station’s livery.
He told the Express: “We have no idea why this has happened but it is really disappointing.
“Fraser was doing a good thing by displaying the logo on his car, if anyone can help that would be great.”
If you can aid volunteer Fraser, then contact Paisley FM via email [email protected] or leave a voice message using the facility on paisleyfm.co.uk