Car windows shot out at Rock Hill Walmart

jmcfadden@heraldonline.comSeptember 27, 2013 

Auto crime

— The windows of two cars in a Rock Hill Walmart parking lot were shattered after police say someone shot at them with a BB gun early Friday.

At about 12:40 a.m., police spoke with a truck driver, who told them he watched a two-door, dark green car with tinted windows pull into the parking lot of the Walmart on Dave Lyle Boulevard, according to a Rock Hill police report. The car drove next to a parked white sedan with a for sale sign on it.

The man told police he heard a sound before the green car drove next to a parked blue sports utility vehicle, also for sale, the report states. Again, the truck driver heard a noise. The green car waited near the front of the store for several minutes before leaving.

The driver walked over to the parked cars and saw that the passenger’s side windows had been shattered, the report states.

Police saw small BB-sized holes in the windows, the report states, and spoke with the car owners, who asked to press charges.

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