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Gun comes out when road rage struck motorist last week in Ontario

By KJ Mullins     Sep 7, 2010 in Crime
Oakville - The Halton Regional Police are investigating a case of road rage that took place Thursday afternoon in Oakville at Highway 403 and Dundas Street.
It is alleged that a Oakville man, 34, entered Highway 403 at Upper Middle Road when a male driver in a white Subaru came from behind at an extreme speed. The man in the Subaru and the victim both took the off ramp to Dundas Street. On the ramp the suspect cut the victim off and locked up his brakes. The victim was forced to the right shoulder to avoid a collision.
Continuing on Dundas Street the victim noticed that the suspect was following him. The suspect pulled up beside the victim and motioned him over. The victim continued to drive until a red light at Hyde Park Road and Dundas Street brought him to a stop. The suspect got out of his car at the stop light approaching the victim. The light turned green before the suspect was able to talk to the victim who drove away to avoid a confrontation.
The victim went to a Tim Horton's drive thru. The suspect blocked the victim's car in the drive thru and approached the car on foot. When the victim held up his cell phone the suspect returned to his car and obtained a hand gun which he pointed at the victim. He then got into his car and drove off going west on Dundas Street.
The suspect is described as, male, white, 34 to 40 years of age, 6’2”, and 250lbs with balding hair.
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