TALENT — Police are asking for help finding whoever shot out vehicle windows on at least nine vehicles with a BB or pellet gun late Tuesday or early Wednesday.

TALENT — Police are asking for help finding whoever shot out vehicle windows on at least nine vehicles with a BB or pellet gun late Tuesday or early Wednesday.

"We want people to call in. They can be anonymous," said Talent police Detective Matt Potts.

Police are seeking the public's assistance in solving the series of criminal mischief crimes after a random pattern of broken windows appeared in vehicles parked in driveways and on city streets this week, says Potts.

Police took nine reports of broken windows — and fear there may be more victims who have not yet reported the damage.

Calls began coming in just after St. Patrick's Day ended and continued all day until 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

"The bulk of the calls came in the morning when people discovered what had happened when they went out to their cars to go to work," Potts said.

Police believe the perpetrators were in a vehicle themselves because no specific area was targeted.

"The crimes occurred all over the city," Potts said.

Nothing was taken from the vehicles, Potts said. However, there were two reports of graffiti which may be related, he added.

If you have any information about these crimes, please call 535-1253.