SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) Syracuse Police are searching for a suspect after officers say a car was hit by a rock near the South Geddes Street bridge Monday night. No one was injured.
Syracuse Police shut down parts of South Geddes Street for a short time while they investigated. Officers were seen search the area around and on top of the bridge.
The area has since been re-opened.
Officers say this is a criminal investigation and does not involve the structural integrity of the bridge.
Last week, debris from that same bridge were reported falling Thursday night. The street and bridge were shut down from Thursday night until 1 p.m. Friday afternoon.
New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway owns and operates the bridge. Monday, the company set up nets underneath the bridge to prevent anymore possible debris from falling. More permanent repairs are expected later this year.