Police are asking for the public’s assistance in finding two suspects who caused significant damage to at least 18 vehicles over the weekend in a Cary neighborhood.

The Cary Police Department said the vandals struck during the evening hours on Friday and Saturday.

Cary Deputy Police Chief Scott Naydenoff said preliminary information indicates at least two subjects were walking through a residential area.

The subjects would approach vehicles parked outside and etch words into the vehicle paint with an unknown object, Naydenoff said.

The area impacted by these incidents includes residential streets bordered by Three Oaks Road to the north, Wooded Knoll Drive to the south, Montana Drive to the west, and Lyons Ridge Drive to the east.

Two suspects damaged numerous vehicles in Cary over the weekend. | Screenshot of surveillance video.

The police department has received approximately 18 reports involving significant damage to vehicles in the area as of Monday.

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“Based on video received from residents, it is believed there are at least two offenders involved in these incidents,” Naydenoff said.

Residents in the general area are asked to review any video footage from Friday evening and Saturday evening between 6-11 p.m.

The police department will also be requesting videos shared through the Ring Neighbors App. Residents are asked to contact the Cary Police Department Investigations Section at 847-639-2341 to share video with an investigator.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the Cary Police Department at 847-639-2341 or Cary-Grove Crime Stoppers at 800-762-7876. Cary-Grove Crime Stoppers will offer a monetary reward for information leading to the arrest of the offenders.