A SOUTHAMPTON home has been pelted with bricks in a series of targeted attacks.

In the first incident, a man hurled bricks at a home in William Macleod Way, smashing a window and damaging the front door.

When a resident went outside to see what was happening, the man continued throwing bricks at a car parked on the driveway, while also hitting the resident in the leg.

The first attack happened at around 1.20pm on Wednesday, April 29.

During the second incident, an attacker threw a rock through a front window at the same address.

He smashed the window of a car parked outside - and damaged three more windows of the same vehicle during the incident at around 1.15am on Saturday, May 2.

Then just two hours later, it is believed the same man returned and was seen slashing the tyres of the victim’s van.

When the occupant went outside the suspect fled on a pushbike.

Officers believe the incident on April 29 and May 2, may have been carried out by two different people.

The person from the incident on April 29 is described as being a young white man, aged between 15 and 25-years-old and medium build.

He was reportedly wearing a dark blue jumper and tracksuit bottoms, light blue bobble hat with a dark blue coloured bobble, scarf and black trainers.

The person from the second and third incidents is described as being a young boy, white, aged between 12-16 years-old, slight build.

He was wearing trousers, a hooded top, baseball cap and plastic bags over his shoes.

He was riding a bike and he had additional hand grips on the handlebars of his bike.

Officers are now appealing for witnesses following the three incidents of criminal damage in William Macleod Way.

A police spokesperson said: "We know the images aren’t very clear but they might help jog someone’s memory.

"Do you know anyone matching these descriptions? Did you see anyone acting suspiciously or wearing plastic bags over his shoes in the area at around those times on 2 May?

"If you witnessed anyone acting suspiciously in the area at around these times on these dates or you have CCTV or dashcam footage that may have captured the incident, please get in contact."

Anyone with information about these incidents is urged to call police on 101, quoting 44200154358.

Alternatively, they can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.