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EXCLUSIVE: Victim Records Terrifying Chesterfield Road Rage Incident

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Chesterfield Police are investigating a road rage incident after a woman says a man on a motorcycle violently kicked and dented her car at an intersection on Midlothian Turnpike.

“This is a clear cut case of road rage gone wild,” said Chesterfield Police Detective Chris Rizzuti.

The woman, who doesn’t want us to use her name, was driving home from the gym when the man started following her very closely.

Not very many people were on the road but the biker was easy to spot.

“I see on the corner mirror this man that's kinda yelling things at me,” said the woman. “I'm like, ‘Did I cut him off or something?’ If, so I’m sorry.”

The woman stopped at a stoplight near Powhite Parkway and she says the man on the motorcycle pulled up next to her and started kicking her car. She thought quick, whipped out her I-phone, and began taking pictures of the guy

“When he started backing away, that's when I grabbed my phone,” said the woman.

The man took off one of the photos names, written on the motorcycle, are clearly seen.

“It is a very clear profile of him and you can even see where it says “Frank and Doris,” said Rizzuti.

Police say they want to find this guy - likely named "Frank."

“His complete and total overreaction could have caused such a problem not only for her [for the victim] in this case but for him as well,” said Rizzuti.

The victim says she's sorry if she did something to offend the biker but she doesn't have money to get her car fixed and wants someone to take responsibility.

“Obviously he overreacted and there's consequences for your actions and if someone does know who he is he needs to pay for what he did,” said the woman.

If you become the victim of road rage, police say try your to hardest to ignore it, take pictures of the offender, and get somewhere safe.

If you know who this biker is, contact CrimeSolvers at 748-0660...or you can text a tip.

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