Police are hunting vandals who started a tractor and went on a rampage of destruction at a primary school in the north of Canberra.
It's one in a spate of recent school holiday attacks on property at schools across the ACT.
The latest attack happened at the oval attached to Gold Creek Primary School in Nicholls sometime between 3.30pm on Thursday last week and 7.30pm on Friday.
Police said the vandals started a tractor then roared around the soccer fields, knocking over fences and finally hitting another tractor.
According to the police, the perpetrators "used the tractor to cause damage to the artificial turf field, perimeter fence panels and large bags of rubber compound stored near the field, before ramming a smaller tractor and knocking it onto its side."
They want anyone who knows anything about the attack on property to get in touch.
They are also investigating three other senseless acts of vandalism against public property.
Officers went to Curtin Primary School on Sunday afternoon and found windows at the school had been broken. There was a similar bout of vandalism there on New Year's Eve.
Police said between 2am on Wednesday last week and 11am on Monday this week they went to three separate incidents of damage to Harrison School.
On top of that, on Wednesday, January 2, police investigated damage to the gate at St Mary MacKillop Catholic College in Isabella Plains.
Officers said they don't think these incidents were related but they do want any information relating to any of them. Schools are empty at the moment because of the summer holidays.
"Police would like to remind residents living near schools to report suspicious activities, and are calling on anyone with knowledge of these incidents to come forward," a police spokesperson said.
They urged anyone with helpful information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or on the Crime Stoppers ACT website. Information can be provided anonymously, they said.