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RCMP investigating hit and run in Lower Greenwich

By Joe Thomson Sep 12, 2023 | 8:58 AM

Image: Facebook/Royal Canadian Mounted Police

The New Brunswick RCMP are investigating an alleged hit and run that happened last week in Lower Greenwich.

They say that on Sept. 4, a pick-up truck was rear-ended three times by another pick-up truck at the intersection of Route 102 and Bathory Avenue.

The driver of the truck that was rear-ended was forced to flee the scene when three men emerged from the suspect vehicle and began throwing rocks and yelling at him.

The first suspect is a man in his early 30s, about 5’8” tall, with crew-cut hair, a full beard, and wearing a black shirt, a baseball hat and jeans.

The second man, a passenger, is described as late 40s, roughly 6’0” tall with a buzz cut, wearing a red shirt and beige shorts.

The third man, also a passenger, is described as also being in his late 40s with a tan complexion.

They were driving a black GMC Sierra from somewhere between 2014 and 2019. The driver was not able to get a look at the truck’s license plate, but the truck would have damage to the front bumper.

The RCMP is asking anyone who was in the area of Route 102 at the time and witnessed the incident, or who has information regarding the suspect vehicle or persons of interest, to contact them by calling 506-757-1020.