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Cars damaged by possible BB gun in Oakland County

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AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (WJBK) -

Drivers in Oakland County should be on alert after several vehicle windows appear to have been damaged with a BB or pellet gun.

Multiple incidents took place the weekend of Feb. 7 through Feb. 9. Three vehicle window damages occurred in Auburn Hills. The other three incidents occurred just outside the border of Pontiac and Orion Township.

Auburn Hills police say four other similar incidents occurred from Jan. 5 through Jan. 23. Several people reported driving down the road when their window just shattered or broke.

Auburn Hills police say four other similar incidents occurred from January 5 through January 23. Several people reported driving down the road when their window just shattered or broke.

A possible suspect vehicle reported in a few of the cases is described as a dark-colored or black four-door car, possibly a Ford Fusion or Dodge Neon.

So far, no major injuries have been reported. A teenaged girl received a cut from shattered glass.

Auburn Hills police are asking for the public's help identifying the person responsible.

 Locations of incidents include:

· Baldwin Road between Brown Road and Great Lakes Crossing Drive

· M-59, between Opdyke Road and Adams Road

· South Boulevard, near I-75

· Squirrel Road between Auburn Road and M-59

· Walton Boulevard near Squirrel Road

Anyone with information call the Oakland County Sheriff's Dept., the Auburn Hills Police Department or Crime Stoppers.

 

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