Angered and upset, a local woman is appealing for information after her car was severely damaged whilst it was parked in the centre of Enniskillen.

Believing that the damage was caused by somebody jumping on the roof of the car, the owner of the black Ford Fiesta, Ashleigh Thompson, said: "My car was parked outside the DUP office on Monday, June 17 between 8.30pm and 2.30am the morning. Whenever I'd come back out, somebody had jumped on the car and onto the roof."

It wasn't until the next day that Ashleigh seen the full extent of the damage. "I was really, really upset about it," she shared.

Due to the significant denting on the roof, Ashleigh was originally quoted £1,800 to £2,000 to get her car fixed.

"They said they'd never seen a car in as bad a shape and at first they didn't know if they'd be able to do anything with it," she explained.

She continued: "It's half repaired now but it's going to take about another month to get it fully fixed."

"I just want to know who's done it. Who has absolutely no appreciation for the value of money and thinks it's okay to do something like that," Ashleigh added.

A spokeswoman for the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) stated: "Police in Enniskillen are appealing for information following an incident of criminal damage in the East Bridge Street in Enniskillen."

She continued: "It is reported that sometime between 8.30pm on Monday June 17 and 2.30am on Tuesday June 18 that significant damage was caused to the roof a car parked in the vicinity of East Bridge street, worth an approximate cost of £1,500."

"I am appealing to anyone who may have seen this incident or who may have driven past and has dash cam footage to please contact police on 101 quoting reference number 1521 18/6/19. Alternatively, information can also be provided to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 which is 100 per cent anonymous and gives people the power to speak up and stop crime," she added.