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Help RCMP identify​ man involved​ in road rage incident

**** RCMP Media Release

The RCMP is asking​ for public help to identify a​ man involved in a road rage incident last evening on Nordic Cres., in Lower Sackville.

At approximately​ 8 p.m., Halifax District RCMP got a call about a disturbance on Nordic Cres. After arriving on scene, police​ were told​ that earlier that evening,​ a woman​ and a child were in a car, driving on Glendale Dr.​ The woman stopped​ at the Pinehill Dr. intersection crosswalk to​ let a pedestrian cross.

A man driving behind her swerved into​ another lane,​ honked his horn​ and yelled at her. The woman continued driving after the pedestrian crossed and eventually​ pulled into a driveway on Nordic Cres.​ ​

The man who had previously honked and yelled​ pulled up near the woman and got out of the vehicle.​ He​ yelled at her and​ punched​ the vehicle he was driving on the​ hood and roof, causing dents. The man then punched​ in the air toward the woman and punched the curb, possibly​ hurting his hand.

Halifax District RCMP would like to speak with the man involved in this incident.​ His vehicle is described as an older grey Honda Civic with a black bug deflector on the hood. The man is described as white​ and approximately 35 years old with brown hair.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Halifax District RCMP at​ 902​ 490-5020.​ Should you wish to remain anonymous, call Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), submit a secure web tip at www.crimestoppers.ns.ca, or use the P3 Tips App.

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