Police have launched an investigation after the tyres of 76 vehicles were punctured in one night.
The officers in Cardiff are linking the spate of tyres vandalism which occurred on Wednesday evening in the Fairwater and Pentrebane areas of the city.
Almost all of the vehicles had been parked on the road and, in most cases, just one of the car tyres was punctured with a pointed instrument.
Police are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.
Chief Inspector Alun Morgan, of Fairwater Police Station, said: “Seventy-six people in Fairwarter and Pentrebane woke up on Thursday morning to find their cars had been damaged, which has impacted on their livelihoods and put them through unnecessary expense and inconvenience.
“Someone, somewhere knows something about these crimes.
“Whoever is responsible would have told someone or even bragged about what they had done and I am appealing to the good people of Fairwater to come forward and tell us who is responsible.”
Etyres fitters are seeing an increase in the number of customers who have been victims of this mindless vandalism across the country.
And because etyres operates a mobile fitting service with prices for premium tyres up to 40% less than the leading high street depots, the victims of these attacks are spared the hassle of having to get their cars to a garage for repairs and the low cost eases the pain on their wallets.
Alex Kapadia, Operations Team