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Reward offered for information in mysterious incident on I-95

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -

A family is offering a reward for information after a husband and wife are found mysteriously injured on I-95 South near Chippenham Parkway on October 10.

Virginia State Police Thomas and Betty Doyle around 11:30 p.m. on the right shoulder in a Chevrolet Silverado. Police say a projectile shattered the driver's side window, seriously injuring Thomas and Betty. Both were taken to VCU Medical Center.

Special agents are interviewing medical personnel and reviewing evidence to try and identify the cause.

The Doyle Family is offering a $10,000 reward to anyone with conclusive evidence that would lead to an arrest and conviction should the projectile be the result of a criminal act.

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