Road-rage witnesses sought

White Rock RCMP is appealing for witnesses to a June 19 altercation to come forward.

White Rock RCMP issued an appeal 10 days ago for witnesses to a violent altercation that took place a month earlier and ended with one man going to hospital.

According to police, officers were called to the area of Habgood Street and Buena Vista Avenue around 2:30 p.m. June 19, after a passerby reported “an altercation of two males who were engaged in a physical fight.”

“As a result of the fight, injuries were sustained by the males,” a notice posted online July 17 notes.

Cpl. Michelle Thiessen said Tuesday that police believe the altercation was the result of “road rage.” It involved a man in his 20s and a man in his 30s; the latter went to hospital for his injuries.

Vehicles associated with the incident were a white Dodge Charger and a white Subaru.

Thiessen said no arrests have been made, but police would like to speak with any witnesses.

“We just want to get the full picture of what occurred,” she said.

Anyone who witnessed the altercation is asked to contact police at 778-593-3600, referencing file #2015-2830.

 

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