Motorists and local residents are urged to be vigilant as cars parked on Ryleys Lane are once again having their rear windows smashed.
In 2017 there were a spate of these incidents which culminated in November 2017 with five reports of damage to vehicles in seven days.
As a result police announced they would be providing an increased presence in the village and making enquiries at nearby homes to try and capture those responsible for the vandalism.
The problem seemed to have gone away but over two years later it has returned as the rear windscreens of three cars were smashed on Wednesday, 15th January, whilst parked on Ryleys Lane.
One victim parked their car directly opposite the end of Redesmere Drive about 9am and returned at 1pm to find the back window had been smashed.
The driver said "At first I thought maybe it was ladders or something and someone had reverse into my car. But on further inspection I found a stone sitting in my back seat.
"I started to go along the road and see if anyone else's car had also been smashed and I found two others."
Adding "The cars are not parked infront of anyone's driveway as you can see from the photos.
"The reason I park there is because it's not really in front of anyone's house."
One of the cars which had a smashed rear window was parked about 4 cars behind, nearer to the station, whilst the third car was parked facing the other way between Eaton Drive and the entrance to Ryleys School.
Anyone with any information about these incidents, or any others which were not reported to the police, should contact Cheshire Police on 101. Alternatively information can be reported anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.