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Suspect involved in a pepper spray, road rage incident

Darpan News Desk Burnaby RCMP, 14 Jan, 2021
  • Suspect involved in a pepper spray, road rage incident

Burnaby RCMP is asking for the public's help in identifying the suspect in an assault involving pepper spray, following an apparent road rage incident. On December 29, 2020, just before noon, the suspect assaulted two men in the 4100-block of McGill Street, by pepper spraying them.

The suspect then fled at a high rate of speed in a white Ford F150. The victims believe the incident stemmed from a lane change earlier in the day, which escalated to this act of road rage.

The suspect parked his truck down the block and walked over to commit this act. He was wearing a black hoodie with the phrase You dream it, we build it on the back. 

The suspect is described as:

Possibly Caucasian 5’ 8 – 5’ 10

Late 20’s to mid 30’s

Black pants

Black face mask

Black hoodie

The suspect vehicle is described as:

White newer model Ford F150 Supercrew

Appears to be a 5' bed with black tonneau cover

Tinted rear & back windows

Front chrome bumper

Single chrome ball mounted trailer hitch

6 spoke brushed aluminum rims

Partial logo on the front passenger side of the vehicle that appears to be covered

"We believe someone will recognize this suspect or the crest and slogan on his hoodie." Says Corporal Mike Kalanj of the Burnaby RCMP, This was not a quick reaction, the suspect had plenty of time to think about his actions and he chose to respond in this violent manner.

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