Washington State Patrol is asking for your help in a criminal brick throwing incident.

Just after 4:40 am on Tuesday, July 9th, WSP Communications received a call from a victim stating that a brick was thrown at their vehicle on Westbound I-90 near Rainier Avenue in King County.

A total of 3 motorists called reporting that they were struck in the same area. WSP Troopers contacted the three victims for their reports. One driver sustained significant damage to their vehicle.


This individual stated they were driving WB I-90 passing Rainier Ave in a white box truck when a brick came through the front windshield. They advised that the brick came from ground level on the right side of the freeway.

The driver was not seriously injured in the incident. However, the driver did suffer a minor scrape on the right arm.

WSP is asking for anyone who may have witnessed the incident or may have seen the suspect on the side of the freeway around the time of this crime to call WSP at (425) 401-7788.

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The Washington State Patrol also asks that if you see individuals throwing debris any time to contact us even if nothing was thrown at your vehicle. This information may provide the details needed to identify the suspect(s) in these cases.

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