Foxes have been named as the guilty party in a spate of car brake cuttings across Tunbridge Wells.
Six drivers across the area had reported their cars had been tampered with during a two-week period in May.
Kent police called in an wildlife expert who confirmed that the damage was caused by young foxes playfully chewing their way through the lines.
Inspector Christian Mayers, from the Tunbridge Wells Community Safety Unit, described the cases as "very unusual".
He suggested that drivers regularly wash their car to remove the scent left by other foxes or even consider using animal repellents to deter the intruders.