Son of Inverness care workers offers £1000 for information about who damaged parents' cars
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The son of two care workers has launched an appeal to find the person responsible for vandalising their cars.
Jordan MacDonald has offered a £1000 reward for information leading to the conviction of whoever damaged his mum and dad's cars in Cameron Square, Inverness.
The cars, a blue Citroen Picasso and a silver Ford Fiesta, were damaged some time between 1.30am and 5am on Sunday morning.
The couple are now waiting for a courtesy car that will allow them to return to work.
Posting on social media Mr MacDonald said: "Someone took it upon themselves to damage my parents' cars. They have been keyed, tyres burst and foul language gouged out of the paintwork."
"If you know who did this, send me a message in private on Facebook."
Mum Kerry Ross said: "It is very distressing, it feels like we were targeted in an attack.
"The blue car has had four tyres slashed, wipers broken, number plate stolen and has been dented with a kick.
"The Ford has had a tyre slashed and scratched. The number plates have been broken, mud guards kicked off and dents in the car due to being kicked.
"Police confirmed the damage to tyres had been done with a knife or blade."
A Police Scotland spokesperson said : "Officers received a report of two cars vandalised overnight between Saturday, 20 and Sunday 21 February in Cameron Square in Inverness.
"Anyone who knows who was responsible, should contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting 2518 of 21 February."