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Cyclists hit the bonnet - police are looking for witnesses


On Friday morning, a cyclist slowed down a driver and then hit the hood of the car. Who saw something?

On Friday morning, a cyclist slowed down a driver and then hit the hood of the car.

Who saw something?

Fürth - An angry cyclist damaged a car on Friday morning (July 23).

The biker hit the car on the Zirndorfer Bridge in Fürth * - and then drove on.

As the Police Headquarters Middle Franconia * writes, the police are therefore looking for witnesses.

Fürth: Cyclists and drivers clash

At around 11.15 a.m., a 21-year-old drove from Fürth towards Zirndorf.

The driver was in the left lane on the Zirndorfer Bridge and wanted to turn left to the Grundigpark.

He had made the calculation without a biker, however.

A cyclist coming out of Fuggerstrasse drove onto the lane and stopped there.

As the 21-year-old reported, the cyclist gesticulated with his hands, forcing him to stop.

When the young man spoke to the cyclist and asked him to drive away, he came up to the driver and hit the hood of the SUV twice with his fist.

Then he drove away.

This caused damage of around 2,000 euros to the bonnet.

Fürth: Description of the cyclist

  • He is about 45 years old

  • approx. 180 cm tall,

  • has brown hair and wore a baseball cap, sunglasses and headphones as well as dark pants and a light t-shirt.

  • His bike was blue and silver.

Anyone who has seen something is asked to report to the Zirndorf police on 0911 96927-0.

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Source: merkur

All news articles on 2021-07-23

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