An Easter tyre-slashing spree in a Midlands town has resulted in thousand of pounds worth of damage to more than 100 cars.
Police have arrested a man and released him on bail after a total of 120 cars in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, had their tyres punctured during two nights over the Easter Weekend.
During Thursday night into Friday morning, 86 cars parked outside houses in west Nuneaton from Stockingford to Bucks Hill were targeted.
A further 34 cars, also in the west Nuneaton area, were damaged in a second spate of vandalism during Sunday night into Monday morning.
Most of the vehicles had more than one tyre punctured.
The damage has been estimated at about £6,000.