An Oak Bluffs man is facing charges following an alleged vehicle vandalism incident at the Tisbury Park and Ride, police said in a press release Saturday.

Joshua Potter, 36, has charged with malicious destruction of property valued at over $1,200, a felony.

In the press release, Tisbury police Sgt. Jeff Day said on August 6 his department received a report of a vehicle that had been vandalized at the park and ride. When police arrived at the scene they found a 2006 Jeep Commander with all four tires slashed, and headlights and a rear tail light were smashed, the release said. Police contacted the owner of the vehicle, who is a year-round Island resident, according to the release.

With the assistance of the Vineyard Transit Authority, which has remote visual monitoring of the area, police identified what they said was a suspicious vehicle.

Mr. Potter was subsequently arrested and charged.

“The motive was determined to be an unresolved personal matter between the victim and the suspect who know each other,” the press release said.

Police thanked the VTA for its assistance in the matter.