A group opposing the I-69 project claims the interstate will put some people out of their homes. So in protest, they attempted to put some of the Interstates project employees out of their office. It all happened around the same time Monday, when a group of people organized an effort to disrupt work at four different project offices. It was peace and quite today at the I-69 project office in Petersburg. But that wasnt the case Monday when a group of interstate protesters entered the building, handed the only worker there an eviction notice and began removing signs, maps, furniture and computers. "Things werent necessarily taken, but things were taken outside, those who broke into the offices, were there evicting those working there, moving articles out into the lawn." The office worker immediately got on the phone and called 911 and when that happened, everyone that was in that office immediately left. Around the same time the group of mystery movers were at the Petersburg office, the I-69 office in Oakland City was also vandalized, as were two more offices in Bloomington" In all cases, an eviction type notice given, then office items carried out onto the lawn. Later an anonymous posting appeared on a website claiming responsibility for the acts, and claiming it was done because people are losing their homes to the I-69 project. But INDOT representatives say thats not the case. This isnt the first time INDOT offices have been vandalized. Some minor incidents were reported mid-2005. A large number of people are believed to be involved, but no identities or arrests have been made. Police and INDOT officials urge those responsibile to come forward. INDOT officials says the groups theatrics wont disrupt the flow of work. They plan to release a section of the draft impact statement this month. If everything is approved, groundbreaking on the interstate could begin this time next year.