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A gang of youths were seen climbing on top of a parked car and hurling cement slabs through its windows in a mindless act of vandalism.

Businessman Lewis Clelland revealed images of the wild attack after the mob swamped his vehicles.

One gang member is seen standing on the roof of one of the cars clutching what appears to be a paving slab under his arm.

While another appears brazenly stood on the car bonnet and launching another slab towards the smashed windscreen.

The shocking incident took place in Dunfermline, Fife, on Sunday but Scottish Police said the incident is yet to be reported, reports the Daily Record.

Mr Clelland said: “Anyone recognise these little b*?

“Just caused significant damage to some of my cars/vans half an hour ago, namely throwing slabs through windows and bodywork.

“Will get clearer footage when I’m home but will give the parents a chance to get in contact to sort this out.”

Several boys were also seen standing around the car ad watching the shocking incident unfold.

It is understood that parents of several children present have since contacted the vehicle’s owner.

However, the cost of the damage caused is currently not known.

The Mirror Online has contacted Police Scotland for comment.

Last year, the force investigated a string of extensive vandalism attacks in Dunfermline.

An astonishing 10 cars and six houses had several front doors and windows sprayed with paint in the town last November.

Insp Neil McGurk, of Dunfermline Police Station, described the incident as “mindless” and said the cost of repairs would be significant.

In a separate incident in April, a car was deliberately set on fire in the area with stunned residents seeing the vehicle engulfed in flames.

Emergency services raced to the scene as the fire sent smoke billowing into the sky. Police said they were treating the incident as wilful.