Residents are warning neighbours to be vigilant after the tyres on four cars in Orakei were slashed.
The cars, parked on Rukutai St, were slashed between 3pm and 9pm on July 14.
A resident, who does not want to be named, says it will cost about $900 to get her car on the road. She says the whole street had their tyres slashed about a year and a half ago.
In the last six months there have been a number of break-ins and a neighbour had their sliding door smashed, she says.
Senior Sergeant Hirone Waretini says police have no suspects or lines of inquiry.
"Vandalism of this type is a huge inconvenience and hassle but tyre slashing can also be considered quite a personal offence and the victims of this are often concerned that they are the targets of harassment or something more sinister," he says.
"However on this occasion I believe these offences to be random acts carried out by mindless vandals."
Police were also called to break up a large party in Orakei that night.
Mr Waretini says about 300 people were at an Orakei Rd house when officers arrived around midnight.
There were 100 people blocking the road outside the house, he says. Party-goers threw bottles at the police and damaged cars.
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