A STONE-throwing mob of youths caused thousands of pounds worth of damage in Lepton.
Cars and a bus were pelted with bricks and stones as they drove through the area.
And two churches and a funeral home were also attacked in the weekend of vandalism in the area.
Police are now investigating the attacks which luckily left no-one injured.
Drivers of five cars and passengers on a Yorkshire Traction bus all escaped injury after the vehicles were pelted with stones last night.
In the first attack a 49-year-old woman was driving along Wakefield Road at Lepton about 8.45pm when a youth jumped into the road.
When she slowed down, a gang of youths then threw stones at her car.
Just ten minutes later a 19-year-old woman had her car pelted by stones in Greaves House Terrace at Lepton.
Car drivers in Highgate Lane, Lepton and Wakefield Road were also attacked.
A Yorkshire Traction bus had two nearside windows smashed causing £1,500 damage when stones were thrown as it travelled along Wakefield Road at Lepton about 9.30pm last night.
On Sunday four windows were smashed at Huddersfield Funeral Services in Highgate Lane, Lepton causing £280 damage.
At St John's Church in the village in Green Balk Lane, an external door was forced causing £200 damage. A cash donation box containing more than £50 cash stolen.
At Lepton Methodist Church in Highgate Lane, four double-glazed windows worth £500 were smashed at the weekend - immediately after a fundraising autumn fair.