A DISABLED man’s car has been vandalised twice in 10 days.
Andrew Mack, from Fartown, is hundreds of pounds out of pocket after his green Nissan Micra’s windows were smashed and its tyres slashed.
On March 22 he heard a noise outside his Whitestone Lane home.
Mr Mack, who walks with a stick because of a spinal condition, said: “It was about 7:15pm and I was in my bedroom when I heard a bang.
“I thought nothing of it but when I went outside half an hour later I saw the car’s tyres were flat and the windscreen and passenger’s window had been smashed.
“I was horrified. I just thought: ‘Why would someone do this?’ ”
Mr Mack, 45, spent £180 repairing the car.
But on Tuesday this week the car was vandalised again.
Mr Mack said: “I was just about to go to bed when I heard this bang.
“I went to the kitchen window and saw that the driver’s window had gone through.
“When I got outside I saw that the windscreen and the back window had been smashed and all four tyres had been slashed.
“I was gutted; there’s no reason at all for it.”
Mr Mack must now pay for his car to be repaired again.
The police are investigating both attacks.