Two teenagers have been arrested in connection with the shootings of at least eight vehicles, including six Walmart trucks, on an Oklahoma highway, authorities said Tuesday.
A statement from the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office said the teens were questioned and arrested after a man told authorities his son and a friend has been out hunting during the time some of the shots were reported, according to the Tulsa World.
The teens were arrested on eight complaints of assault with a deadly weapon and eight counts of reckless handling of a firearm.
Since Sunday, drivers had reported hearing something hit their vehicles as they drove along a stretch of U.S. 75 north of Tulsa and east Skiatook. No one was injured in the shootings.
Wyatt Jefferies, a Walmart spokesman, told the Tulsa World that three vehicles were hit on Sunday and three more were struck on Monday. According to the paper, the trucks were coming and going from the Walmart distribution center near Ochelata.
Police said the trucks were shot in both the trailer and cab areas.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.