Motorist's car windows smashed in Grays road rage incident

Thurrock Gazette: Motorist's car windows smashed in Grays road rage incident Motorist's car windows smashed in Grays road rage incident

AN ANGRY driver shattered the windows of a fellow motorist's car in a bizarre two-pronged road rage attack.

The first incident occurred on Orsett Road at around 7am on Monday, December 23, as the 33-year-old male driver of a red Vauxhall Corsa was making his way to work.

The man, from Rainham, has told police that he began flashing his headlights at a silver Ford Focus after its driver had pulled out on him.

The Focus breaked and its driver - a man thought to be in his 40s - got out and took a metal pole to the Corsa's windscreen, causing it to crack.

The Corsa driver continued on his journey but was attacked again when forced to stop at traffic lights outside the Thameside Theatre.

The silver Focus pulled up along side him, its driver got out and launched the metal pole through the rear window of the Corsa, causing it to shatter.

The Vauxhall Corsa driver was uninjured but left shaken by the attack.

Police are appealing for any witnesses to the incident to come forward.

The Focus driver is described as white, 5ft 10ins tall, with short brown cropped hair and stubble.

He was of slim build and wearing old jeans and a grey jumper. The Ford Focus is thought to be on an X registration plate.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Pc Patrick Bowes at Grays Police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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6:47pm Thu 2 Jan 14

skinthegoat says...

Hey, Mr Matt Abbot, can you spell? (Obviously not.....)LOL.
Hey, Mr Matt Abbot, can you spell? (Obviously not.....)LOL. skinthegoat
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