Road Rage Suspect Who Shot Out Window Wanted In W. Bradford Twp. | #coronavirus | #kids. | #children | #schools

WEST BRADFORD TOWNSHIP, PA — Pennsylvania State Police are looking for a man who shot out the rear window of another driver’s car on Sept. 9 in West Bradford Township.

The apparent road rage incident happened as two cars were at a stop sign on Beacon Hill and Broad Run roads the evening of Sept. 9.

According to State Police reports, the suspect was honking his horn and yelling at the victim while the two were at the stop sign, around 6:35 p.m. The victim turn into the West Bradford Elementary School roadway and the man followed his car, he told police.

When the victim turned around, the man who’d been honking was pointing a gun, police reported. The suspect then fired the gun into the victim’s back windshield, and left the scene.

Police believe the suspect’s vehicle is a silver or gray Audi A7, the model year between 2011-18. They are looking for a white male with dark hair who may wear dark rimmed eyeglasses.

Police are asking anyone with information related to this incident to please contact Pennsylvania State Police Embreeville Barracks at 610-486-6280, Incident number PA2020-1281222.

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