PORTLAND, Ore. – Oregon State Police say they've received 10 separate reports of people throwing objects from a Tualatin walkway onto vehicles traveling on Interstate 5 since early September.

The objects were thrown from a footpath behind the Martinazzi Village apartments, which is also located near I-5 exit 289. The exit ramp curves, goes underneath I-5 and joins northbound Interstate 205.

The objects, which have smashed several windshields, include apples, rocks, pumpkins, branches and logs, according to OSP.

"Eventually they're going to kill somebody with a direct hit," said Bob Marvin, who had a rock hit his windshield.

No one in any of the vehicles has been hurt. OSP says the incidents have not caused any crashes.

The most recent incident was Tuesday, when someone threw a large rock off the walkway and it smashed a windshield.

A large rock hit a windshield while a driver was on I-5.
A large rock hit a windshield while a driver was on I-5.

Witnesses described the suspects as people in their early teens to early 20s. They were seen running into a nearby wooded area or up a hillside.

Anyone with information about any of these suspects is asked to call the OSP dispatch center at (503) 375-3555 or (800) 452-7888.