A video has emerged of a violent street row in which a masked man smashed cars with a crowbar and bricks were thrown at people.
The violence erupted on Victoria Road in the Thornhill Lees area of Dewsbury at around 7pm on Thursday August 15.
Two groups, including men and women, appeared to be involved.
The video does not make it clear what started the altercation but one man can be heard shouting: “What did you do that for? Why did you ram us?”
A man with his face covered by a bandana then smashes the back window of a car parked in a driveway.
The same man later runs across the road and uses the crowbar to smash several windows and the bonnet of a silver Volkswagen car, which is stopped at an angle across the pavement and a grass verge by the side of the road.
Shouts of “you’re dead” can be heard before somebody off-screen can be heard getting into the silver Volkswagen and speeding off.
A woman’s voice is then heard saying, “that’s it, f*****g run him over,” before the video cuts out.
West Yorkshire Police confirmed they were called to reports of disorder in Victoria Road following last week’s violence.
A spokesperson said: ” A group of males were seen carrying weapons and bricks and were causing damage to nearby vehicles parked on the street.
“There were no reported injuries but damage caused to cars. The suspects fled the scene.
“Enquiries remain ongoing.”
The spokesperson added: “There was a separate altercation at the same location, between two women, an 18-year-old woman was arrested in connection with the incident and has since been charged with common assault.”
Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any further information is asked to contact the police online via www.westyorkshire.police.uk quoting crime reference number 13190417765 or via 101.