Vandals have smashed homes and shop windows, causing hundreds of pounds worth of damage.
Among the victims was Tetbury Hardware in London Road which was attacked twice in days once on overnight on Wednesday (November 16) and again overnight on Sunday (November 27).
A bus stop on Long Street and Stargazy fish and chip shop were also attacked on Sunday – but homes have also been targeted in Courtfield, Quayles Meadow and Gumstool Hill.
However, it is currently unknown whether all incidents are connected.
Malc Philby, the hardware shop’s owner, said he was devastated by the two attacks and said a shop window has cost hundreds of pounds to replace.
He said in a statement: “Thanks so much for the brick through the window overnight.
“Very much appreciated. I hope you are pleased with your efforts.
“It’s a huge financial and emotional cost to those affected.
“But this is now becoming a serious problem.
“We think the second attack happened sometime between 4pm on Saturday and 7am Monday morning.
“Please come forward with any information.”
A GoFundMe page has been set up to support Malc and the team at Tetbury Hardware and nearly £400 has been raised so far.
A statement from the organiser of the fundraising page Caroline Hicks says: “I want to start this GoFundMe for an amazing Tetbury couple that do loads for the community.
“God knows why some horrible person has taken it upon themselves to break their shop window not once but twice.
“I want us to all come together please and help them get the money to fix the window.
“This could happen again to any of us.”
Another victim of the incidents was a 97-year-old pensioner in Gumstool Hill who had his living room window smashed three weeks ago in his bungalow.
His son-in-law Peter Martin said the incident had left the family feeling ‘shocked’ and caused over £200 worth of damage.
“We wondered what had happened at first,” he said.
“My father-in-law is quite deaf and is a really deep sleeper, he doesn’t wake up when I do the hoovering at his house.
“I think it happened at night because he must have slept through it all.
“At first I think my father-in-law imagined that a big bird crashed into the window or something.
“When I visited him the next day after the incident I found a stone by the front door near the driveway.
“At first I didn’t even notice the smashed window but it’s quite a big hole.
“It seems like someone is going around doing this and that’s just awful and appalling.
“What’s happening is really odd, it’s an attack, we’re a really nice little community in Tetbury.
“It’s a very nasty crime and it’s making people feel nervous in the town.
“My father-in-law is an independent man.
“He’s worked since he was 14 in WW2 working long 12 hour days building equipment for the army.
“He’s one of these upstanding people who has worked so hard for our country who just doesn’t deserve this.”
The Standard has contacted Gloucestershire Police for a comment but has yet to receive a response.
You can donate to the Tetbury Hardware go-fund-me page here –https://tinyurl.com/436jmdc8