Police investigating a spate of vandalism on vehicles have made two arrests but say they are continuing to appeal for witnesses and information.
CCTV footage was previously released on Monday (February 22) of three suspects who police say smashed at least 15 vehicle wing mirrors in the area of Harrow Road in Wembley , between 2am and 4.15amon Saturday (February 6).
Although 15 crimes have been officially reported, police believed more than 30 vehicles may have been affected.
Two young men aged 15 and 16 were arrested on Sunday (March 6) on suspicion of criminal damage and have been bailed to a date in mid-April.
Police were called to the area in the early hours of Saturday (February 6) after a resident reported seeing the men attack various vehicles in Harrow Road.
Wing mirrors entirely kicked off
Further police enquiries found that around 15 cars had been damaged in the areas of Harrow Road, St Andrews Avenue, Medway Gardens and Priory Gardens. Their wing mirrors had been either entirely kicked off or the glass and casings cracked.
Police say residents in the area have since reported seeing several more cars damaged, believing the owners may not have reported the matter to police, assuming they had been the victim of a road traffic collision rather than vandalism.
Officers are keen to hear from a man who called police on Wednesday (February 24) with important information but then rang off. If that was you, please call police again in the strictest confidence.
Anyone who can help identify the suspects, or who may also have been a victim, is asked to contact police on 101 or Northwick Park Safer Neighbourhoods Team on 020 8721 2969. If you wish to remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.