84-year-old Kensington woman says thrown rock shattered her window

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An 84-year-old woman in Kensington says for the second time in just over two weeks someone has thrown a rock at one of her second story windows.

The woman told News 12 that early Tuesday morning, she was napping in an arm chair and heard a loud crash. She says that due to problems with her hearing, she thought it was somebody knocking on the door.

It wasn't until later that day that she found shattered glass all over the floor. The woman says her son found a fist-sized rock on the floor behind her bed, which they believe was thrown through the window.

They say this was not the first time something like this happened recently. They say during the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah, a heavy object crashed into another window, leaving cracks in the glass.

The first time, they say they was written off as an accident. However, they say this happened just a few weeks later during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.

They now believe these are targeted attacks and they say they can't understand why someone would do this.

They told News 12 they have contacted the police.

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