An appeal has been launched after teenagers were caught on CCTV taking selfies with a Ferrari - which was then extensively damaged.
The incident is believed to have occurred between 5pm on June 2 and 12.15am on June 3, when a red Ferrari parked on South Parade was extensively damaged.
The exact model of the Ferrari has not been disclosed, but brand new any car from the Italian supercar marque is sold for well over £100,000.
The suspects, who are believed to be in their teens, have been caught on CCTV taking pictures of themselves standing next to the car during the incident.
Detective Constable Barnes, of Protective Services Crime, said: "I would ask for anyone who witnessed this damage being caused or anyone with information to please get in touch with police.
"The suspects involved are likely to post the pictures of themselves posing next to the Ferrari on social media.
"I would ask anyone who comes across pictures of this nature to please make police aware of it, as it may be valuable the investigation."
Anyone with information should contact Leeds Police on 101, quoting crime reference 13170251446.