Drivers being struck by chunks of ice in Oakland County being investigated by police

Two of the vehicles that suffered damage after being struck with chunks of ice

Drivers in Oakland County are reporting being hit by chunks of ice in multiple cities.

The sheriff's office believes the ice chunks were purposely thrown by someone. Several drivers have reported windshield damage from being struck.

According to the public information officer, five separate incidents of ice chunks striking vehicles occurred on Feb. 3 between 8:30 and 9 p.m.

The incidents happened at spots in Rochester Hills and Oakland Township. Police said the closest intersection was Adams Road and Tienken Road.

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One of the drivers, Abraham Salem, said he was driving his Tesla when he was hit by a chunk of ice on Tienken between Adams and livernois.

"The ice hit on the drivers side right in front of my face," he said. "Out of nowhere, I didn’t even see it happen. The windshield just completely shatters glass all over the car. You can see a hand throwing a big chunk of ice."

Police are offering up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest.

No one was injured during the incidents, but they did leave various amounts of damage to the cars they struck.