Yobs have smashed up 25 coping stones in the latest act of vandalism at a Stoke-on-Trent park.
The huge slabs have been forcibly removed from the wall at Burslem Park and then left in pieces on the ground.
It is believed the vandalism took place in the early hours of Monday with the repair bill expected to run into hundreds of pounds.
Now CCTV is to be reviewed in the hope of catching the culprits.
Councillor Lesley Adams, whose ward covers Burslem, said: “Following the assessment of the damage, about 25 coping stones have been forced off walls all over the park amounting to a large repair bill.
“If anyone saw anything I would urge you to contact the police. The CCTV will be checked.”
Families who regularly use the park are now calling for more patrols and for the gates to be locked at night.
One mum said: “They need someone patrolling that park.
“Kids have no respect for anyone or anything anymore. You daren’t let your own kids down there because of vile bullies as it is.
“If I found out this was my kid, he wouldn’t leave the house for a year. I’d report him to the police for vandalism, then he would face my wrath. Why would anyone think this was fun?”
Another furious parent added: “There’s absolutely no need, it’s like they want the area they live to be a dump.”
The latest incident comes after oil was poured in the lake and over play equipment at Burslem Park and nearby Middleport Park.
To report anti-social behaviour where you live, contact Staffordshire Police on 101.