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Police Need Help Identifying Suspect Who Pushed Man Off Bike Near Kensington Parkway

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Police Want Assist Figuring out Suspect Who Pushed Man Off Bike Close to Kensington Parkway

Suspect picture, through Maryland-Nationwide Capital Park Police, Montgomery County Division.

A 64-year-old man was significantly injured after he was pushed off his bike close to Seashore Drive and Kensington Parkway on Saturday, Maryland-Nationwide Capital Park Police mentioned. 

The sufferer suffered a damaged hip and underwent surgical procedure, Assistant Chief of the Park Police’s Patrol Department Captain Jeffrey Coe mentioned. He advised MyMCMedia the sufferer is being launched from the hospital Thursday.  

The assault occurred on Rock Creek Path, Coe mentioned. Park police tweeted a witness’s picture of a suspect and mentioned it reveals a white male within the 30-39 age vary carrying a white shirt and black shorts. Police imagine the suspect is commonly within the Seashore Drive/Kensington Parkway space.

The incident is a first-degree assault, Park police mentioned Tuesday. They tweeted a video exhibiting a brief verbal interplay between the suspect and sufferer, earlier than the sufferer was pushed. The video then reveals the suspect working previous the sufferer, who had stopped on a path.  The suspect rotated and ran again towards the sufferer, getting shut, earlier than working the opposite method once more. The suspect stopped yet another time and turned his head again earlier than persevering with on and working out of the video’s body. 

Park police is asking the general public for assist and asks anybody with related data to e mail crimetips@mncparkpolice.org or name 301-929-2748. Residents ought to reference case #20002180. 

Maryam Shahzad

About Maryam Shahzad

Maryam is a reporter with Montgomery Neighborhood Media. She graduated from the College of Maryland in December with a bachelor’s diploma in broadcast journalism. Beforehand, she was an intern with MCM. Maryam loves visible media and at all times says the film is best than the guide. She may be reached at mshahzad@mymcmedia.org or on Twitter @maryam_mcm.


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