‘MINDLESS’ vandals have left the Kassam Stadium’s catering supplier more than £1,000 out of pocket after three attacks on concessions units in just five days.

Thugs trashed and stole from units seven and eight in the ground’s north stand, with one break-in just 24 hours before Oxford United’s home game against Rochdale on Tuesday.

Bailey Farr, owner of Farr’s Catering, which provides the catering in all three stands at U’s home games, did not leave the stadium until 3am yesterday to make up time lost fixing the damage.

Mr Farr, who runs the business with his wife Rebecca, said he was ‘getting sick’ of clearing up after the perpetrators.

He said: “Me and my wife are working extremely hard, trying to keep everything going, and we’ve come into work to see this.

“I’m not going to put on with it much longer.

“There’s no need to smash the place up and steal something that someone else has sacrificed their time for to try to earn a living.”

“It appears they’ve just done it out of spite.”

The first attacks, which are thought to have occurred overnight, both targeted unit eight last Wednesday and on Sunday.

On Monday evening, Mr Farr was called by stadium security to say unit seven had been trashed, before arriving at the Kassam on Tuesday afternoon to find unit eight was also in disarray.

Both units are in the home supporters section, towards the east end of the ground.

The caterer shared the mess in a video posted on Twitter, with the footage showing destroyed doors and food strewn all over the floor.

Stock including chocolate bars and sweets were stolen, while packets of food were opened and the contents ground into the floor.

The company will have to take up to £8,000 in revenue to make up for around £1,000 worth of lost items and damage.

This came after Mrs Farr spent all of Monday preparing concessions units for the Rochdale match, with her husband looking after the couple's two-year-old son, Bailey.

The business employs 12 to 14 young people to run the concessions stands and Mr Farr admitted Farr's would struggle to make up the shortfall.

He said: “These hooligans, who have got nothing better to do, are tormenting people that are trying.

“It’s just mindless vandalism, there’s absolutely no point.”

“We still need to pay for staff, rent and wages.

“We’re trying to support the family and do the right thing by running our own business and keeping local kids employed.”

Everything was fixed before supporters arrived for Tuesday's match and Mr Farr will now review CCTV footage at the ground.

The company owner thanked stadium staff for their assistance.

He said: “We do have a very good relationship with our landlord.

“They are very accommodating, security was straight over here when they found out."

Thames Valley Police said it was called to a report of burglary at The Kassam Stadium at around 6.45pm on Monday.

Officers attended the scene, where an external door had been damaged.

No arrests have been made. Any witnesses are asked to call 101 quoting 43180362221.