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Wichita Falls Police Searching for Road Rage Suspect


 Wichita Falls police are on the hunt for a suspect.
Police say the chase started on Brooke and 10th Street,  a Dodge Neon, driven by a 28-year-old hispanic male Rear ended a truck, And side swiped the truck as well..

The person driving the truck turned onto 10th Street to get away from the man driving the Neon. But the Neon continued to follow the truck, attempting to run it off the road by continuously ramming into the truck.

As the two reached the intersection of 9th Street and Denver the car rear ended the truck again causing the truck to go into oncoming traffic, Hitting another vehicle.

 Police are looking for the driver of the Neon.
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