Cumbria Police have released this CCTV footage of a person slashing all four tyres of a car parked at New Road car park in Kendal on Saturday 10 June.
The offender was seen wearing black clothing, carrying a white carrier. He also has a black umbrella with a yellow logo or similar on it.
Police say before committing the damage, they believe the man walked through the town centre and down Finkle Street onto Stramongate before cutting through Camden Buildings and onto New Road.
Anyone with more information is urged to get in touch on 101.
Cumbria Police has launched its new £2.5m CCTV network - at a time when police officer numbers are being cut.
Chief Constable Jerry Graham says the technology will help them to fight crime, and that policing is "not all about numbers":
A new network of CCTV cameras will be launched in Cumbria today.
The project has been commissioned by Police and Crime Commissioner Richard Rhodes, and will be implemented by Cumbria Constabulary.
53 cameras will be operated across Carlisle, Workington, Kendal, Whitehaven, Penrith and Barrow, and more could be added if necessary.
The project will cost £2.5 million over the next seven years.
There are plans to spend £11,000 putting four CCTV cameras in Hawick.
The cameras would be installed in the centre of the town.
They would be funded by money raised from pay and display car park charges.
Councillors are considering if the scheme is viable.
Cumbria Police is planning to install one of the UK's biggest network of CCTV cameras across the county.
They would go live next year and be monitored from a central control room at the force's headquarters in Penrith.
Closed circuit systems run by local councils have been cut back in recent years, as a result of spending cuts.
The county's Police and Crime Commissioner says the network will make Cumbria a safer place.
Ryan Dollard reports:
Just over half a million pounds is being spent on upgrading the CCTV cameras across Dumfries and Galloway.
High definition cameras will be placed in 11 towns including Dumfries, Stranraer and Moffat.
A group of retailers have been angered over Carlisle City Council's proposed plans to scrap CCTV in shops from 2014.
Reay Howie, a regional official with the city's branch of 'Retailers Against Crime', says that small shops which cannot afford to pay security guards will suffer most.
An image of the man who caused damage to the Southern Fried Chicken Takeaway on Botchergate in Carlisle has been released.
Cumbria Police say the incident happened at around 1.50am on Saturday 14th December, when a man kicked the premises window, causing around £300-£400 worth of damage.
Anyone who recognises this man is asked to contact PC Claire Bailey in Carlisle on 101.