Wiltshire Police has repeated its appeal for information after "large scale criminal damage" to vehicles in Swindon last week.
Almost 100 cars were vandalised, many with their tyres slashed, on several residential roads in and around the Old Town area between 3am and 5am on Thursday February 21st.
The affected roads included Stafford Street, Dixon Street, Prospect Hill, East Street, Wood Street, Evelyn Street, North Street, Raggett Street, Westlecot Road and Berenger Close.
Insp Joseph Saunders said: “This is a large enquiry which we are investigating thoroughly.
“Due to the large number of cars damaged during this spate of vandalism, I am confident that someone must have seen or heard something which might prove crucial to this investigation."
Anyone who has information is asked to contact Wiltshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
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