Vandals cause hundreds and hundred of dollars in damage to cars in one Wichita neighborhood. Many residents are afraid and some are even thinking about moving.
Not only did the people in the southeast Wichita neighborhood find their cars broken into, they found blood inside their cars. It's beleived the burglars took their fists and hit the window to break into a half dozen cars.
When Bobby Anderson woke up Tuesday morning, he thought he heard a strange noise outside. When he looked out the window he didn't see anything, until it was daylight.
Bobby Anderson says, "I take my boy to school this morning and my tool box in my truck is open, my stereo was tore out of my truck. I walked around and see the jack on the other side of the car like they wanted to take my tires and my rims."
Bobby says he will have to pay at least $1,600 to get his car fixed.
He's not the only victim in the mobile home park off Clifton. Paul Terrel noticed someone tried to get into his wife's car.
Police say they took seven reports from the area Tuesday morning. Four cars were actually broken into, three were tampered with. Golf clubs and stereos were the most popular items.
Authorities say they arrest two to three people a week for these auto larcenies, but unfortunately for people in this neighborhood, police haven't found these vehicle vandals.
The Anderson family is worried their home will be broken into next, and they're considering moving.
Police say one of the best and easiest ways to protect yourself from something like this is to make sure your porch light is always on.