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Syracuse police searching for driver who rammed parked car in apparent road rage case

In a viral video posted on Facebook, you can see a blue-colored sedan ram another car twice on N. Salina St. (Courtesy: Facebook/Life of a Bellionaire).

Police in Syracuse are looking for a driver who they say intentionally hit a another car twice and drove off in an apparent case of road rage.

In a viral video posted on Facebook, you can see a blue-colored sedan ram another car twice. Police said this happened in the 600 block of N. Salina St. around 1:50 a.m. Saturday.

A bystander who was working at the time tells CNYCentral he saw a few cars pull up on N. Salina St.

He said everybody got out and started yelling at each other.

Police said there was some kind of disturbance, but would not corroborate what the witness said.

Authorities said when the blue-colored sedan slammed into the car, that car then crashed into the van in front of it.

The blue-colored sedan then took off.

"They were able to eventually find the vehicle in the hundred block of Oberst St., and when officers arrived there, there was no driver that was able to be located," said Sgt. Matthew Malinowski, public information officer for Syracuse Police Department.

Malinowski said the driver has not been located.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Syracuse Police Department at 442-5222. All calls will be kept confidential. Anonymous information may also be submitted by using the “SPD Tips” App, available on Android and iPhones.




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