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Officers are appealing for witnesses and information about the manner of driving of a motorist in a black Ford Ranger following a collision and road rage incident last month.
The incidents happened in Littledean, the Forest of Dean, and St Oswalds Road in Gloucester.
On Friday 31 July, around 11.50am a black Ford Ranger was in a collision with a white car in Littledean near to The Belfry, however they did not stop at the scene.
The driver is described as being 6ft tall, aged in his 20s or 30s and had bleached blonde hair. He was shirtless at the time, had tattoos and was wearing a baseball cap.
The black Ford Ranger was also towing a trailer with a car on it.
The Ranger continued into the St Oswalds area of Gloucester and investigating officers want to speak to anyone who witnessed this car's driving style in this area.
It has been reported that at the traffic lights junction at St Oswald's Road and Priory Road the driver exited his vehicle, approached another and was seen to be shouting at a driver.
Police are appealing for the driver of the vehicles involved, or anyone who witnessed the incidents, to come forward.
If you witnessed either of these incidents or have dashcam footage please contact police on 101 quoting incident 230 of 31 July.
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