ROCK HILL — Two motorists driving pass the McDonalds on Cherry Road in Rock Hill claim someone threw objects at their cars Tuesday, cracking one mans windshield and scratching paint on anothers.
A 46-year-old McConnells man told police he was driving south on Cherry Road when an unknown object hit the passengers side of his green Ford Mustang, causing $250 in damage. Police saw a circular crack in the middle of the windshield, according to a Rock Hill police report.
Police found several rocks scattered on the roadway in front of Sub Station II, the report states.
Around the same time, a Rock Hill man, 41, told police that he also was driving south pass McDonalds when an object hit his car. Police saw a fresh dent with paint on the passenger side front door, the report states.
Police were unable to locate any suspects.
Last week, two people told police someone threw rocks at their cars while they were driving. A 61-year-old Rock Hill woman said she was driving on Dave Lyle Boulevard under the Oakland Avenue bridge when someone dropped a rock on her car, hitting the roof and causing $1,000 in damage.
Less than an hour later, a Rock Hill man, 51, drove down the 1200 block of East Main Street when someone threw a rock at his car and smashed the windshield of his 2005 Nissan.