Brenda Hill says she is very angry about the attacks
A disabled widow whose car has been vandalised more than five times has resorted to putting up posters appealing for the attacks to stop.
Brenda Hill, 78, of Stourbridge, who was married to a policeman, said she felt let down by the authorities after car repairs cost her more than £1,500.
She has put notes on her car telling potential vandals it is her "lifeline".
West Midlands Police said an incident on 25 September was being "thoroughly investigated" and called for witnesses.
Mrs Hill said her car had been vandalised outside her home numerous times and had begun with wing mirrors being ripped off.
She believes that the disabled stickers on her car may be attracting vandalism.
"They've smashed lots of things. They've smashed the windscreen four times and the window at the back which makes five times," she said.
Mrs Hill has appealed to vandals in written notes
Mrs Hill said the attacks had left her stranded several times when she needed to attend hospital appointments.
A West Midlands Police spokesman said the force had received two calls from Mrs Hill reporting damage to her car.
He said an officer went to the scene after the most recent damage and she was also telephoned back after informing police of a broken windscreen on 23 August.
"We take reports of criminal damage and anti-social behaviour extremely seriously because these are the kind of offences that have a demoralising effect on people," he added.