Police appeal after driver fears for his safety in road rage incident

Police appeal after driver fears for his safety in road rage incident

Police appeal after driver fears for his safety in road rage incident

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POLICE are investigating a road rage incident on the Aire Valley Road between Steeton and Cross Hills early last Tuesday. July 8.

Officers say the victim was travelling towards Cross Hills at about 7.15am when he was forced to stop in the layby by a silver Ford Transit. The van driver apparently got out of his vehicle and approached the victim with what appeared to be a piece of wood. "The victim drove away fearing for his safety," said a police spokesman.

The Transit had a possible registration of MK63 DSV.

Anyone with information is asked contact PC James Dykes at Cross Hills Police Station on 101.

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