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Projectiles Thrown at Pickup Trucks in Canton, Pa.

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Pennsylvania State Police are investigating the ‘Propulsion of Missiles into Occupied Vehicles.’

Investigators are looking for two suspects in separate vehicles who threw objects at two other vehicles as they passed them on Route 14 in Canton Township.

Authorities say a black pickup truck and a brown sedan were driving south at around 6 p.m. March 16 when the suspect drivers threw objects at a Lock Haven man’s truck and a Montoursville man’s truck.

The first victim had a shift handle travel through the windshield and hit his chest. The second victim’s windshield was broken by an unknown object.

The incidents happened in the area of Taylor Road.

No other information aside from the basic description of the suspect vehicles is available.

Anyone with information is asked to call Pennsylvania State Police at (570) 265-2186.

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