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UPDATE: Dangerous Prank Involving Rocks Circulating through Fort Wayne

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): A dangerous prank, involving rocks, is circulating throughout Fort Wayne.

On Monday night, Fort Wayne police officers responded to five separate reports of rocks being thrown at moving vehicles. Two separate incidents happened at the intersection of Fairfield and Creighton Avenues. In one of those cases, a man was severely injured. He was riding in the passenger seat of a car when a rock crashed through the window and hit his face. He was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Police say another report came in from the area of South Wayne Avenue and Home Avenue. There was also an incident on Taylor Street near Walnut Street and another at East State Boulevard and Randallia Drive.

According to Mike Joyner, the public information officer for the Fort Wayne Police Department, they're looking for a black, Pontiac Grand Am, possibly made in the 1990's. It has a paper license plate and a donut tire. If you see this vehicle call police.

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