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Ipswich: Appeal after alleged road rage incident

14:56 21 December 2012

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POLICE are appealing for information after an alleged incident of road rage in Ipswich.

The incident happened in Bramford Lane, Ipswich near the junction with Chevallier Street at around 11.50am on Thursday, December 20.

The back windscreen of a car was smashed and a man sustained swelling and bruising to the face after an alleged incident of road rage involving a Ford Escort van and a Fiat Fiorino.

Three men, aged 26, 37, 49, all from Ipswich have been arrested and bailed in relation to this incident.

Police are appealing for any witnesses to the incident to call Pc Sharon Langner on 101 quoting crime reference IW/12/5057.


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