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Police seek road rage suspect who hit car with baseball bat

Last Friday, two vehicles came to a red light where a man then struck the car’s passenger-side mirror with a baseball bat.

Police are seeking the public's assistance with identifying the suspect who was seen in a video striking a vehicle's passenger-side mirror with a baseball bat.

(TORONTO POLICE)

Police are seeking the public's assistance with identifying the suspect who was seen in a video striking a vehicle's passenger-side mirror with a baseball bat.

Toronto police are seeking the public's assistance with identifying a suspect in a road rage incident where a man hit a vehicle’s passenger-side mirror with a baseball bat.

Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook said police obtained a video of the incident that occurred on August 4 at Strachan Ave. and Lake Shore Blvd. W.

The two vehicles involved came to a red light at the intersection, when there was a verbal altercation. One man then exited his vehicle and struck the other car’s passenger mirror with a baseball bat. He then got back into this car, which is a white Acura, and drove northbound on Strachan Ave.

Police are asking anyone with information or who has video footage to contact them.

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