Police are hunting two men who deliberately set fire to a housing association office.

The men broke in and set the office alight after an earlier attempt to set fire to the door failed at the Glasgow Housing Association property in Ashgill Road, Milton, on Saturday.

At around 8.15pm, CCTV showed the men, both dressed in dark clothing, attempting to set fire to the door of the office - but the flames did not take hold due to the weather.

At around 10.10pm, the same men were seen on CCTV gaining entry to one of the offices which they then set alight, causing substantial damage.

Detective Constable Katy Allan said: "We know from our enquiries that this was a targeted attack. The men, who had been sitting in a silver car opposite the building for some time prior to the incident, had the audacity to come back and set a fire again when the fist one didn't take full hold.

"They were obviously determined to inflict some serious damage to the building which will now be closed until enquiries and repairs are complete.

"As mentioned, the men had the engine running in the car prior to the fire and I am sure they would have been heard or seen by a neighbour for this reason.

"Anyone with information about the fire raising can contact Maryhill CID on 101 or alternatively can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where details can be given in confidence."