Arizona Department of Public Safety officers stand near a tractor trailer shortly after it was shot near 67th Ave and I-10, Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015 in Phoenix. Numerous shootings of vehicles along I-10 over the past two weeks have investigators working around the clock to find a suspect in a spate of recent Phoenix freeway shootings that have rattled nerves and heightened fears of a possible serial shooter. (AP Photo/Matt York)
Photo: Matt York
Photo: Matt York

Serial shooter terrorizes Arizona freeway

Arizona drivers are on edge after nearly a dozen vehicles have been shot while traveling on Interstate 10.

Authorities confirmed Thursday that 11 vehicles area have been shot with bullets or other projectiles in the last two weeks, nearly all of them on freeways in the Phoenix area.

Police are trying to determine who is behind the shootings since they began Aug. 29th. 

According to NBC News, police were investigating another report that a projectile shattered a window on a vehicle traveling on I-10. They also said they were looking into a separate report of  a bullet.

So far, only one injury has been reported. A 13-year-old girl was injured by flying glass after a car window was shattered by a bullet.


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