CCTV image released after attacks on car in Wincanton
POLICE have released CCTV footage of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a spate of attacks on a car in Wincanton.
Jo Nye says the campaign of criminal damage has made life a misery for her and her family over recent months.
Costly damage was caused to Mrs Nye's light green Toyota Yaris when a corrosive substance was thrown over it last Sunday evening. The car was parked on a drive outside the family home in Mundays Mead, where Mrs Nye lives with her husband and three teenaged sons, when the attack was carried out at around 6.50pm.
Similar attacks, causing several thousand pounds worth of damage, were carried out on Mrs Nye's car in June and December last year.
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"It has left me feeling violated, angry and upset. It's such a nasty thing to do and is incredibly threatening," she said.
"It has been a real worry to the family and has been making life a misery. We've spent hundreds of pounds on CCTV cameras."
CCTV footage has captured a man described as wearing a flat cap, parka jacket, dark trousers and smart shoes outside Mrs Nye's home around the time of the latest attack on the car.
Police are studying the footage and are urging anyone with information to get in touch.
PC Andrew Brown said: "This is an appalling attack on this lady's car and has caused substantial damage to the paintwork.
"It is a malicious attack for no apparent reason, and has had a huge impact on this lady and her family."
Contact Wincanton Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.