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Suspected Road Rage Attack

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7:41am 27th September 2012

Police investigate a suspected road rage attack in Saltash.

They are asking for our help after a cyclist reportedly punched and smashed a car windscreen.

It is claimed it happened after they were confronted by a drive on St Stephen's Road last Wednesday, during the drive home from work.

Officers are urging anyone who might have seen something to come forward and call 101, quoting reference BS/12/826.

7:41am 27th September 2012

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