BEVERLEY: A suspected vigilante, angry at bad parking, has slashed tyres on 14 cars on an estate in East Yorkshire.
The slasher attacked between Wednesday, October 17, and Thursday, October 18 on the Swinemoor estate in Beverley.
All the vehicles targeted had been parked illegally, with half the vehicle on the road and the other half on the footpath.
In all the cases, one or both tyres on the footpath were slashed with a sharp object.
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Humberside Police say they strongly suspect that, due to the locality of the offences and the short space of time in which they have occurred, the crimes were committed by an offender who is unhappy with the recent parking issues in the area.
Anyone who witnessed anyone acting suspiciously about the vehicles in the area should call 101.