Man breaks woman’s car window in road rage incident

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PROVIDENCE TWP., Pa.-(WPMT) A road rage incident in southern Lancaster County has State Police looking for a motorcycle rider in his 20’s.  The incident happened at about 11:20 am Friday on Beaver Valley near Pine Boulevard in Providence Township.

The victim, Christine Harnish, 59, told police that she was tailgated by a man on a motorcycle while traveling southbound on Beaver Valley Pike.  She said that she and the motorcycle rider were weaving and slowing and speeding in the lane. When both vehicles came to a stop at the intersection of Pine Boulevard, the rider got off his bike, walked up and broke her car’s driver’s side widow with his helmet. The rider got back on his motorcycle and sped away headed north on Beaver Valley Pike.

She described the motorcycle as a black and orange dirt bike style. The rider was a white male approximately 6 feet tall with a thin build.

Anyone with information on the incident is asked to contact PSP-Lancaster Barracks at (717) 299-7650.

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