Residents have hit out after vandals broke wing mirrors and smashed windows on vehicles in a Dundee street.
Cars in Dykehead Place in Stobswell have been targeted in recent days.
Katherine Fleck, 68, had her car damaged outside her home.
She said: “A couple of days ago, my husband and I woke up to discover our wing mirror had been damaged.
“The mirror had been smashed and all the casing around it was really damaged as well.
“The car is pretty old and my husband was able to replace the mirror at quite a low cost, but that is not the point.
“It is the principle that the damage has been done by someone. It really is shocking — we shouldn’t be having to put up with this in our own street. I am just glad that it wasn’t more expensive to fix and we managed to get the mirror replaced fairly quickly.”
Another resident said she had spotted a car that had been vandalised
She said: “Luckily, none of my property was damaged, however, I have seen another car in the street that has had its window smashed in.
“It’s not great, especially when it is happening in your street.”
Among the cars targeted was a blue BMW, which was left with its wing mirror hanging off.
Police had attached a note asking the owners to contact Maryfield Police Station due to the damage.
The driver’s window of a silver Peugeot was also smashed and had been filled in with a black plastic bag and cardboard.
A spokesman for the force said: “Police Scotland is aware of a number of vandalisms to cars, in particular wing mirrors, in the Stobswell area over the past few days.
“We would like to ask anyone who has had their car damaged, but has not informed us, to call 101 and let us know.
“Also, if you know anything about these incidents that could assist our inquiries, please call 101. Our reference is CR/6825/18.”