Jayne Dunlop said: “These are sickening events. People want to live in peace, free from fear or intimidation.
“The fact that so many frightening incidents have taken place in Rasharkin in recent months is deeply troubling. My thoughts are with the woman who was subjected to this.
“Every act of this nature increases tension in the village and this is simply not on. The community are sick of this type of activity and they want to be able to get on with their lives without having to face intimidation.
“I call on anyone with information on this incident to contact police immediately.”