State Police investigate possible bullet hole in truck at Milford rest stop

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MILFORD — State Police are investigating what appeared to be a bullet hole in a truck at a Milford rest area Friday morning.

The incident started around 2 a.m. At one point, four tractor-trailers were taped off and three state police cruisers were on the scene.

State Police said the truck driver reported damage to his truck that appeared to be from a gun shot.  Police described it as “a non-active disturbance.” Troopers checked the area for suspects and additional witness. They also spoke with rest area employees and vehicle operators who were parked in the rest area over night.

Surveillance video from the area shows a shirtless, heavyset white male, wearing jeans and tan work boots, in the area of the truck at the time of the shooting. He had a white female passenger wearing dark clothing.

The investigation centered on vehicles behind the McDonald’s drive thru at the rest area on the southbound side of I-95, but the facility remained open.

With additional information from the Associated Press