A drunk man is being blamed for damage caused to six cars in one road.
People woke up to find several cars in Minerva Avenue, Dover, had had the wing mirrors smashed.
It is thought to have happened just before 8.30pm on Friday, June 17.
Locals believe it had been done by one drunken man.
They believe he was angry about something and took his rage out on the vehicles, also kicking some of them.
The five cars and one small van were amongst a line of nine parked near the junction with Mayfield Avenue.
One damaged car was a former London taxi owned by Paul Hoskins.
The right wing mirror casing was pulled off its hinge and the rear cover separated from it.
He works at Chartham paper mill and has now had to borrow his wife Angela's car to get to his job.
Mrs Hoskins told KentOnline: "We don't know what the cost of the repair will be yet but we don't need this with the cost of living crisis.
"It's disgusting. We're all trying to work for a living."
One car's mirror glass was completely cracked and another's glass was intact but hanging from its casing.
Another had all all its casing hanging from its hinge.
A Kent Police spokesman said: "We were contacted following a report that a number of cars had been damaged in Minerva Avenue.
"Officers attended the scene and an investigation into potential criminal damage is ongoing."
Anyone who can help police should contact them on 01843 222289, quoting the reference number 46/117071/22.