Published: 10:18, 20 November 2019
| Updated: 14:20, 20 November 2019
More cars have been targeted by catapult users following a spate of attacks last month.
At least three cars were hit on Chart Road in Ashford near Highworth Grammar School on November 14.
One driver had her back window shot out, with the projectile having so much power she suspected a brick or air rifle had been used.
She said: "I thought someone had thrown a brick off of the rail bridge but it was too far away when I checked.
"I panicked at the noise and swerved the car. I could've hit an ambulance that had its lights on in the lane next to me, and that could've caused a serious accident.
"I think they'd parked up in the derelict building on the side of the road. It'll cost me £85 to repair but luckily it didn't affect my no claims.
"It's made me nervous to go that way again, which is unfortunate because I drive that way most nights to collect my daughter from school and my husband from the station.
"On a normal day my daughter would've been in the back seat, so I was quite fortunate in that sense."
Another did have her daughter in the back, but didn't suspect it had been catapults until she saw a social media post about the other attacks.
She said: "My daughter was in the back and we heard a loud bang, which sounded like it was above my daughter's head.
"Obviously I thought 'What was that!?' and my daughter was quiet shaken up.
"When we got home I looked round the car quickly, but couldn't see any damage. I guess we were lucky as if it had hit my back windscreen my daughter would of been covered in glass."
A Kent Police spokesman said: "Kent Police is investigating a report that two cars travelling in New Street, Ashford, were damaged at around 7.50pm on Thursday 14 November 2019.
"One motorist reported a back window had been damaged and another reported damage to their vehicle’s bodywork.
"Enquiries to establish the full circumstances are ongoing and anyone with information can phone Kent Police on 01843 222289 quoting 46/221384/19."
Late last month, it was reported that about 19 cars were targetted on a rural road just outside of Ashford.