MARTIN COUNTY, Fla. — The Martin County Sheriff's Office is investigating after three cars were found shot on Interstate 95, west of Palm City, on Thursday morning.
A spokeswoman for the sheriff's office said the cars were on the side of the road in the northbound lanes at Southwest Martin Highway, and the vehicles had bullet holes in the windshield and a shot-out back window.
The Florida Highway Patrol was also at the scene and involved in the investigation.
A sheriff's office spokeswoman said no one was hit by the bullets.
Sheriff William Snyder said the three vehicles, including a red Lexus, were found riddled with bullets within a two-mile radius.
Snyder believes there may have been an exchange of gunfire between the three cars and said all the people in the vehicles are accounted for and being interviewed.
"We know with reasonable certainty that there is no lone gunman out on the interstate targeting vehicles randomly," Snyder said. "Let me repeat that. We feel very confident, at this point, that this wasn't an entirely random situation."