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Police: Suspects hurled large rocks at moving cars in St. Louis Park


Police in St. Louis Park are looking for suspects after large rocks were thrown through the windows of moving cars Tuesday night.

KARE 11 reports the incidents happened along Excelsior Boulevard between Blake Road and Louisiana. It Authorities said the rocks smashed through car windows around 10 p.m, according to WCCO-TV.

One motorist was driving westbound around 10 p.m. when a large rock came flying and shattered his rear passenger window, according to KARE. He was not hurt and maintained control of the vehicle.

A city spokesperson confirms there were two other incidents during the same time frame and location that ended with damage to vehicle windows.

Police are looking for suspects.

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