Woman victim of racially aggravated road rage incident

11:08 19 November 2012

Axminster police station.

Axminster police station.

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Axminster police want to trace a young male driver who swore at a woman motorist after forcing her to stop

Police want to trace a young driver following what they have described as a racially aggravated road rage incident at Axminster on Friday (November 16).

It happened between 5 pm and 6pm on the B3261 Trafalgar way.

The driver of a red, P registered, car forced another driver to stop and then swore at her, making racially offensive remarks.

Police say the suspect’s car is possibly a Peugeot with a large exhaust and the driver is described as being a white man, about 6ft tall, and in his early to mid twenties.

Anyone with information that may assist identifying either the vehicle or the suspect is asked to contact the police on 101 quoting reference KA/12/599

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