St. Petersburg police believe teenagers are responsible for attacking two people with blow darts.
Police said Friday that the first occurred earlier this week when a 43-year-old man was riding his bicycle and felt an object strike him.
Then he observed a white compact car leaving the area.
Once the victim returned home he discovered a metal dart in his shirt. The dart did not penetrate his skin.
Authorities said another incident occurred Thursday when a 14-year old was walking his dog.
A vehicle matching the same description had just passed.
Then the victim discovered a minor injury caused by the metal blow dart.
The suspects were described as teenagers.
The names of the victims have not been released.
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