"This morning a police officer was in our drive way asking if he could come in our backyard," said Ron Dressler.
An unusual request for Dressler.
"He was looking for evidence of spray cans," said Dressler.
Evidence that the crooks might have climbed over his backyard.
His home shares a fence with the Fresno police station, and hearing about what happened just a few steps away from his home made him feel a bit uneasy.
"He said the cars had been vandalized, graffiti on the police cars, and tires had been slashed and stabbed," said Dressler.
Those tires have since been replaced and graffiti has been painted over, but the crooks are still on the loose.
After living here for 20 years, Dressler says it's rare to see any unusual activity in this gated community, until recently.
He says he came across an suspicious man in the nighborhood just the other day.
"He couldn't get out of the fenced gate so he started hopping over the fence," said Dressler.
Now Dressler and his neighbors say they're certainly going to be a lot more cautious with who comes in their community.
Police officers remain confident these vandals will be caught.
"We know what they did, they know what they did," said Burke Ferrah, of Fresno Police Department.