Road-Rage Cyclist Sought By NorCo Police

NORTH COVENTRY PA – North Coventry Township police are looking for public help in identifying a driver of a blue-colored motorcycle who they claim harassed the driver of another vehicle, and ultimately broke its passenger-side mirror, in a road rage incident that occurred June 29 (2018; Friday) at about 5 p.m. on Route 100.

The victim was driving south on 100 in the Boyertown area when, according to a report on the department website, the motorcyclist “swerved at the victim’s vehicle.” Both vehicles continued to move south on 100 into North Coventry and, in the area of Route 724, the cyclist “pulled next to the victim and struck the passenger’s side mirror with his fist, causing it to break.”

The motorcycle was last seen on 100, headed northbound. The driver is described as a male wearing a black-and-blue colored helmet. No other identifying features of the operator or the bike were available, police indicated in the Monday (July 2) report.

They asked anyone who may have witnessed or has information on the incident to contact the department at 610-323-8360.

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