A man armed with a weapon smashed windows on eight parked cars in Huddersfield.
Now police have appealed for witnesses to the wrecking spree in Damside Road, Newsome.
The incidents happened around 7.15am on Thursday, September 11, and are thought to be linked. All eight vehicles were parked and had windows broken.
The man that officers want to speak to was seen in the area at the time. He has been described as being of very slim build and wearing a black baseball cap, grey and black checked jacket, and black cotton jogging bottoms. He was holding some sort of implement in one hand and was covering his face with his other.
Insp Jonathan Dunkerley of the Huddersfield Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “I would appeal to anyone who witnessed these incidents or who saw a male acting suspiciously in the area around the time to contact me on 101.
“This area is popular with drivers who commute into Huddersfield. We would like people who park there regularly to cast their minds back to see if they can remember anything suspicious they may have seen prior to this.
“The fact that so many cars were targeted in such a small area, and within such a small time frame, makes me more keen to find the person responsible.
“The person we want to speak to in connection with the incident was last seen running up a dirt track that leads from Damside Road onto Palm Street.”