Police in Lethbridge are searching for a suspect after a woman in the city was allegedly followed to a home and assaulted after what authorities are describing as a “road rage” incident.
Lethbridge Police Service officials say it happened on October 21st, when they believe the woman was followed to a home along 29 Street South by an unidentified man who confronted her about allegedly cutting him off.
Police say the man parked behind her after she stopped, exited his vehicle and opened her driver’s side door. When the victim began honking the horn to attract attention and the male grabbed her by the wrists. He eventually let her go, returned to his vehicle and drove away.
He is described as Caucasian, possibly with a French accent approximately 30-years-old, with a brush cut, and was wearing brown plaid shirt.