Tires were slashed on 12 sport utility vehicles parked in lower Deer Valley during the overnight hours between last Thursday and Friday, the Park City Police Department said.

The police received the report at 8:28 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 19. In an online statement, the police said the Land Rovers were parked in the parking lots outside Snow Park Lodge.

Eight other Land Rovers parked there did not suffer tire damage, the police indicated. The police said the vehicles were parked outside Snow Park Lodge as part of a sales promotion. They are 2012 models, the police said.

The police said the tires were likely slashed sometime after 11 p.m. on Thursday and before 7 a.m. on Friday.

An officer who responded took the report and shot photographs of the damage, the police said.

A Deer Valley Resort spokesperson said a Land Rover group was in Park City and staying at a lodge in the Deer Valley area. Deer Valley Resort rented the parking spaces outside the Snow Park Lodge to the other lodge for staging purposes, the spokesperson said.

The online statement did not provide details like how many tires were slashed and the estimated cost of the damage.