A "petrified" young mum is appealing for help after her house has been vandalised dozens of times with bricks thrown at it and her car during three years of terror.
Chilling footage shows the attacker lobbing bricks at Emma Stone's front door and smashing the window of her Renault Clio.
The 27-year-old mum-of-two says she has no idea why she is being targeted and admits she and her two children have been left "petrified" by the attacks.
Her home in Tolladine, Worcester, has been vandalised dozens of times over the last three years.
She said: "I'm stuck in a house with two children who are petrified. I am petrified.
"My kids are constantly worried and crying, staring out the window to make sure everything's okay.
"I cannot afford to keep replacing tyres and windows.
"After one of the attacks, they even left a knife in the tyre almost bragging about it.
"Other neighbours in the street with similar-looking cars have also been attacked."
The situation has got so bad, Emma now parks two miles away from her home instead of leaving her car on her driveway.
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Doorbell footage captured the thug lobbing a brick at her front door, while another clip shows him smashing the back window of her car.
The thug also drew a sinister chalk drawing of Emma with the words, "I see you!" which was left on her driveway.
Emma lives on her own with her two daughters Thea-Mae, seven, and five-year-old Freya.
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She said: "I've been in contact with police, the council, and the housing agency, but I'm no closer to finding a solution.
"I'm going round in circles. The council has installed a fire blanket over my front door and letterbox because the attackers have threatened to burn down my house.
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"The shock hasn't fully set in yet. The situation has got so bad I've been signed off work from my job at Sainsbury's by a doctor because of the stress."
A West Mercia Police spokesperson said: "Our officers are investigating the crime and have been in contact with the victim."
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