MONTGOMERY VILLAGE, Md. – Montgomery Village residents are on edge. Rock-throwing vandals keep targeting homes and vehicles along East Village Avenue.
Montgomery County Police have responded to seven reports of rock violence since Nov. 29.
All of the incidents have occurred between 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m., police say.
Nobody has been injured.
Police say rocks have been thrown at cars in motion, cracking windshields. Sliding glass doors also have been damaged.
Police believe there may be more victims who haven’t called police.
Anyone who has information about the incidents or suspects is asked to call the 6th District at 240-773-5700.
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