CALLS have been made for increased security after a "shameless" spate of vandalism.
Seven cars were damaged on Dinerth Road, Rhos on Sea, between Saturday night and Sunday morning, with vandals clipping wing mirrors and scratching paintwork on vehicles.
One resident had a wing mirror torn off her vehicle, and is now calling for increased security on the road after repeat instances of vandalism.
She said: “Nothing that has been done to us has ever been resolved, and I think the road needs CCTV. Without it, the police are never going to be able to find those people.
“There's never any satisfactory outcome."
She added: “It's isn't fair. What if I went and bought a new wing mirror and the next week they came and did it again?”
“What have we done to deserve this? I find it really upsetting. They're shameless.”
Christine Midgeley, a resident on the road, said: “It's mindless vandalism. A wing mirror costs a lot to replace."
North Wales Police are investigating the incident, and are appealing for witnesses.
Inspector Ian Verburg said: “We are anxious to speak to anyone who might have been in that area overnight and noticed anything suspicious.
“I would appeal for any witnesses to this mindless damage to come forward and help us with our investigations.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact North Wales Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.