Police investigate shattered window on I-25

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Adam's County Sheriff's Office was investigating a window shattered on I-25, just south of Highway 7.

BROOMFIELD, Colo. — Authorities are investigating reports of a window that was shot out on Interstate 25 on Wednesday morning.

The front window on the passenger side of a vehicle was blown out on northbound I-25 just south of Highway 7, the Adams County Sheriff’s Office said.

No one was injured and the sheriff’s office said there is no indication of a bullet strike causing the window to shatter.

Police said there is no reason to think the incident is related to the northern Colorado highway shootings, but they can not rule out the possibility.

The sheriff’s office said it would be passing on the information to the task force created to investigate the northern Colorado random shootings.

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