AFTER a busy weekend in Griffith police have turned to the public for help.
Police are investigating a number of serious crimes including malicious damage and theft.
Two vehicles that were parked in the Yoogali Club car park were vandalised on Saturday night. A white Subaru Liberty and a white Holden Calais were sprayed with paint, had windows smashed and side panels scratched, causing thousands of dollars worth of damage.
Inspector Stuart Gair said, while CCTV footage was currently being reviewed, they would still like to hear from anyone who may have seen anything.
"We are calling for public assistance to help solve these crimes," he said.
"It might seem insignificant but don't discount anything, it could be the small piece of the puzzle needed."
More than $500 was also stolen from a vehicle parked in Noorilla Street sometime between 10.30pm and 11.30pm on Saturday.
Sunglasses, wallet, a handbag and cash were taken.
Meanwhile police and the fire brigade were called to a vehicle alight in North Griffith. According to the owner of the Ford Laser he had just parked his car when
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