Gayle Hetzel found not one, but two profane words written on the side of her house. She doesn't understand how anyone could do this to her, and just wants them to stop.
Hetzel first noticed the profanity while on her way home.
"I saw something and I was like, 'what is that?'" Hetzel said.
Someone had spray-painted profanity on the side of her house in big black letters. Thinking that was all the vandals did, she decided not to call the police, and went about her day. The next morning, she woke up to find more on the other side of her home.
"So that next morning I got up and I happened to notice on this side of the house that other word, and i was like, 'no,'" she said.
After making the second discovery, Hetzel decided to file a police report. She says she has no idea how long the graffiti had been there. Her husband passed away several years ago, and she lives by herself. She doesn't understand why anyone would do this to her.
"We've all done stupid stuff when we were kids, but to damage someone else's property, you wouldn't want it done to you," she says.
Gayle's house is the only one on her block being targeted by vandals. Her car was also tagged with profanity six months ago. She thinks the person that's doing this, might have her mistaken for someone else.
"I really wish whoever is doing this would stop," Hetzel said, "It doesn't matter if it's my house, or anybody's house, i just wish they would stop."
Gayle says she hopes the people that are doing this are caught soon, because she's worried it will happen again... although she has a warning for anyone who would try it again.
"Whoever it is, if it happens again, they are going to find me sitting in my garage with a shotgun," Gayle says.
Gayle has already contacted a company about putting in security lighting around her house.