A town centre shop has been targeted by thugs in an apparent smash-and-grab from the business.
Mobile Cottage has been pictured with the front windows of its store smashed in Ashford High Street.
Photos show the pavement outside the shop covered in glass, although it is not clear if items were stolen.
Shelves in the window appear to be empty but debris and packaging can also be seen lying in the street.
Fragments can be seen on both sides of the site’s premises, as well as scattered across the high street near Boots and Vision Express.
The electronics outlet specialises in repairs for the likes of mobiles, tablets and laptops.
It also helps customers with virus removal on their devices, unlocking phones and water damage repair.
Police have been approached for comment following the raid for further details of the incident.
In 2020, crumbling and falling masonry forced the closure of the shop with a wide police cordon put in place around the building.
Fortunately no injuries were reported.
It comes just three weeks after vandals damaged part of Victoria Park in Ashford.
A toilet was broken and a noticeboard smashed in an upgraded section of the popular park.