Police questioning 2 people in Ariz. freeway shootings
PHOENIX, Ariz. - Authorities are questioning two people in a string of freeway shootings that have rattled Phoenix over the past two weeks.
Arizona Department of Public Safety spokesman Bart Graves confirms the people are being questioning but doesn't have additional details.
Police on Friday were at a convenience store near Interstate 10, focusing on a white SUV.
Eleven cars have been shot since Aug. 29, eight with bullets and three with projectiles that could include BBs or pellets.
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