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Mystery of road rage two

PUBLISHED: 11:12 14 October 2001 | UPDATED: 10:40 03 March 2010

POLICE are continuing the hunt for two men involved in a road-rage attack on a teenaged driver in Ipswich.

Two weeks after the 19-year-old victim was grabbed around the throat before finding his car set alight, detectives have appealed for information about the incident which happened just after midnight overnight on September 27 to 28 at Warren Heath.

POLICE are continuing the hunt for two men involved in a road-rage attack on a teenaged driver in Ipswich.

Two weeks after the 19-year-old victim was grabbed around the throat before finding his car set alight, detectives have appealed for information about the incident which happened just after midnight overnight on September 27 to 28 at Warren Heath.

The attack followed a collision between blue Citroen car a white F-registered Nissan Micra.

The victim managed to escape after a passer-by intervened to free him from the attacker's grip but when he returned to his car it was ablaze.

The attacker was white, in his mid 30s, 5ft 11ins tall and of medium build, with blond short spiky hair, unshaven beard growth and a local accent. He was referred to as Gary and wore a West Ham T-shirt. He was a passenger in the Nissan which was driven by a youngster with dark centre-parted hair, about 5ft 11ins tall and of skinny build.

Witnesses should contact Suffolk police on 01473 613500.

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