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Police search for two suspects in alleged road-rage incident in Alfred

According to police, two people allegedly got out of an SUV and punched a driver several times in the face before driving away toward Sanford.

ALFRED, Maine —
An investigation is underway after an alleged road rage incident Saturday led to a person getting assaulted in Alfred.

A man and a woman got out of a black SUV at the intersection of Biddeford and Sanford Road and approached a driver of a white Dodge Ram, allegedly punching him multiple times in the face before spraying him with pepper spray, Maine State Police wrote in a Facebook post Saturday afternoon.

The man and woman reportedly returned to the SUV and drove away on Route 202 toward Sanford.

Police said the man is about 5'10" tall and weighed around 170 lbs. with dirty blonde hair and a scruffy beard.

Maine State Police are looking into an assault and possible road rage incident that occurred at the intersection of...

Posted by Maine State Police on Saturday, September 24, 2022

The woman is described as short and thin with blonde hair. She was wearing large glasses. Police said both were expected to be around 30 years old.

Police are asking anyone who recognizes the car from the picture or anyone with information to contact Trooper Luke Broderick at Luke.A.Broderick@maine.gov or call 207-624-7076 ext. 9.  

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