A late-night vandalism rampage has left every car in WeBuyAnyCar's car park smashed up. 

The manager of the Orbital shopping centre branch of the car dealership chain, Ian Quinton, was shocked when he turned up at work this morning and discovered the extent of the damage. 

He believes the vandal has caused in excess of £10,000 worth of damage on six vehicles including a Vauxhall, Mitshubishi and a Mercedes.

"I got here this morning and I was completely dismayed at what I found," he said. 

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The vandal had used heavy bricks found in the area and judging from the position of them inside the cars had thrown them through the windows with significant force. 

Damage had also been done to the windscreens of two of the cars and there were dents made to the panelling of some of the doors and bonnets. 

Glass from the windows and windscreens littered the floor around the cars and the majority of the wing mirrors were hanging off or smashed. 

"I couldn't believe someone would do something like that, especially in a place riddled with CCTV.

"I immediately rang the police and they told me that they already knew about it and had arrested someone already.

"Apparently a member of the public spotted them doing it at about 2 or 3 in the morning and had rang the police."

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Ian said he was thankful for his business insurance as no 'public' vehicles were damaged in the spree.

"It was just mindless damage, there was nothing in the cars to steal, and you can see the person wasn't interested in what was in the cars, they just wanted to break them.

"I've never seen anything like it and I certainly didn't expect to come in and see something like this.

"But they could've done this in a street or residential area, which would've been worse," he added. 

Two of the cars have already been taken away for repairs and the other four will follow suit. 

"I'd also like to say thank you to the police for acting so quickly," Ian added. 

Wiltshire Police have been contacted for further details.