Police received multiple reports of vehicles being damaged as they drove under a bridge on a busy metro interstate in Georgia.
Authorities in Marietta, Georgia were called out to the Allgood Road bridge that goes over Interstate 75 around 7 p.m. April 21.
The debris that damaged the vehicles was initially thought to have been caused from parts of the bridge breaking off, but after further inspection, authorities determined that it was likely caused by someone throwing the rocks and concrete from the bridge.
No one was seriously injured.
Police are still investigating and looking for who or what may have been responsible for the incidents.
If you have any information, please call Marietta police at 770-704-6990.
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