Police want to speak to two teenagers after cars were damaged in a late night rampage.
Wing mirrors were kicked off at least seven cars in the early hours of New Year’s Eve.
PC Mark Parrington, of the Hyndburn Detection Team, said up to £700 of damage was caused during ‘10 minutes of madness’ on Barnes Street in Clayton-le-Moors.
Police have released CCTV images of two teenagers they wish to speak to and have asked for their faces to be pixellated as they are believed to be juveniles of age 15 or 16. They were pictured at the top of Barnes Street near the post office just minutes before the damage was caused.
PC Parrington said: “We have got about seven vehicles reported to us with damage but there could be more than that.
“The CCTV is quite clear and shows juveniles around 15 or 16 years of age. The damage was caused from about half way down Barnes Street with cars intermittently damaged and wing mirrors kicked off.
“Nobody has been identified yet. We circulated the CCTV to other officers and we can’t come up with any names and we are reluctantly drawing a blank at the moment.”
The first youth is described as wearing a grey tracksuit with white pull strings around the hood, dark coloured shoes or trainers and with short dark hair.
The second was wearing light or grey tracksuit bottoms, a light coloured jacket, dark shoes and had short dark hair. One of them was also carrying a JD Sports carrier bag.
The incident happened between 12.10am and 12.20am on Tuesday, December 31.
n Do you recognise anyone in the pictures? Call Lancashire Police on 101 quoting crime reference number EL 130 5848.