- Associated Press - Wednesday, August 26, 2015

TEKONSHA, Mich. (AP) - Authorities in southwestern Michigan are investigating reports of shots being fired at cars on Interstate 94 and Interstate 69.

The Calhoun County sheriff’s office says the damage is being blamed on “projectiles.” But a closer look at some vehicles confirms that damage is related to gunshots.

The incidents occurred between July 29 and Aug. 21 in Calhoun and Branch counties. No injuries have been reported.

Officers from many agencies are working on the case. Anyone with information can call (269) 781-9700.

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