Broken vehicle windows causing concern in Saraland

Mobile County

SARALAND, Ala. (WKRG) — Saraland Police are investigating after at least two vehicles had their windows broken this week. One incident that’s been shared hundreds of times on Facebook apparently happened Thursday night.

Will Stewart says his father was taking family members to see Christmas lights Thursday evening when something hit their rear vehicle window, breaking it apart. This happened near the Saraland Water Department. No one was hurt and it’s not clear what hit their car.

“He pulled over down the road and saw the back windshield was shattered but there was a small hole in the windshield,” said Will Stewart in a Facebook Message to News 5. His post has been shared hundreds of times.

Another post from a different person claims teenagers shot at a car on I-65. the post was made Thursday evening at about 8:30.

Saraland Police say they investigated two cases of broken windows in a short period of time and there was no evidence a bullet was used.

We are aware of the incidents involving damage to the windows of vehicles recently in different parts of the city. There are investigations being conducted on incidents where police reports have been filed. Through these investigations, we have been able to locate, identify and speak with all of the parties involved in one of the cases and that case has been closed. The remaining cases will continue to be investigated as leads become available. No evidence has been recovered that shows any windows were struck by a bullet.

Bryan Mims Saraland Police Department

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