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LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Multiple residents in the Hamburg Area of Lexington woke up to their cars vandalized Saturday morning.

Residents in the Summerfield neighborhood took to a Facebook Group page called, ‘Summerfield-Lexington’ and shared photos of their cars with smashed windows, broken tail lights, and broken rearview mirrors.

FOX 56 News spoke with residents who claim to have heard noises around 3:30 a.m. that would link to the damages they discovered on their vehicles.

Vehicles along Patchen Wilkes Drive, Battery Street, Covington Drive, and Meeting St. were among the locations targeted.

Residents said they have filed police reports as of Saturday, but in the meantime, they are sharing their home surveillance camera footage which shows a consistent orange-red colored sedan repeatedly either parked in front of homes or driving by their homes.

If anyone has any information on this vandalism, please contact the Crime Stoppers Anonymous Tipline.

Tips can be submitted anonymously through, by calling (859) 253-2020, or using the P3 Tips mobile app.