Police are appealing for witnesses following a series of incidents in a Moorlands town.
A vehicle which had been parked in Albert Street in Biddulph was damaged on March 15 between 9am and midday.
A spokesman for Staffordshire Police said: “The damage appears to have been caused by a sharp object. The vehicle was parked at the top end of Albert Street close to the junction of Kingsfield Road.”
On March 20 at around 6pm, criminal damage was caused to both the male and female toilets at Biddulph Grange Park. Offenders damaged the toilet roll holders in an attempt to access the toilet roll and proceeded to attempt igniting a fire with the toilet roll.
Meanwhile overnight of March 20th and 21st, a commercial premises in Biddulph High Street was broken into and items were taken from the shop.
Police are also appealing for witnesses after a boat, at Pipers Boats Limited in Prospect Way in Biddulph, was broken into and damaged.
Anyone with any information about any of these incidents is asked to call Staffordshire Police on 101.