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VIDEO: Man drives at speed towards another car before reversing into it in road rage incident

PUBLISHED: 10:04 02 August 2017

The suspect - do you recognise this man?

The suspect - do you recognise this man?

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Police are asking for help identifying the suspect

Bexley police would like to identify and speak with a man involved in a road rage incident in Erith.

The video, taken using dash cam footage, on Thursday, June 22, in Cedar Road, shows the suspect driving a red Peugeot with the license plate ‘GJ04 NHE’.

He drove at speed towards the victim, threatened to damage his car, reversed into it and then drove off.

The audio track has been removed from this short piece of footage, but anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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