The people living on Dayton Avenue say this isn't the first time vandals have hit their street. They hope police can catch whoever is responsible before they strike again.
Edward Nichols stepped out his front door and saw the vandalism on his neighbors truck. At first he thought his wife's truck had been spared, but then he saw what appeared to be marker on the window.
"This ain't the first time, we've had tools stolen, signs marked in the streets," said Nichols.
For neighbors who have been through this before a resolution can't come quickly enough.
"I'd like to see them catch the ones that did this," said Lloyd Robbins who had his truck's headlights spray painted.
The residents of Dayton Avenue say they hope for more police patrols but if they can't get that they're going to look into forming a neighborhood watch.