FORT MYERS, Fla. - A Lee County woman says she and her husband were celebrating their wedding anniversary inside an area restaurant, while outside someone was destroying their car.
"It was in the middle of the day, in broad daylight and that is a busy parking lot," she said.
Tina and her husband Pete were spending the day together, celebrating 17 years of marriage. Thursday they stopped for a late lunch at Lee Roy Selmons in Market Square.
Just minutes into their meal the couple got a call from the Lee County Sheriff's Office.
"And when we went out it was destroyed," Tina said.
According to the report, the car had been parked near Crispers when a man drove up in a gold car, walked over to the 2012 Mercedes SL and started smashing the windows.
"They had busted out the passenger window the windshield was busted out. They had hit the frame. There was glass everywhere."
Valuables, like an iPad were in plain sight, but the suspect didn't take a thing.
"[Deputies] had asked if I cut anybody off but to the best of my knowledge, no I didn't," the driver said, still puzzled by the seemingly random attack.
"You just kinda take it like a personal attack because why, why did he do that? I don't know. I don't know."
The woman says she's relieved the car was the focus of all that rage.
"It can be fixed. Nobody got hurt. It's not a major ordeal," Tina said.
The car has $4,000 worth of damage. The witness who saw the attacker called deputies and gave them a license plate number.
They traced the car to Charlotte County but have still not been able to track this person down.