Car window smashed by a brick during road rage incident

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A driver suffered a broken arm in a Valentine's Day road rage incident, police said.

A driver suffered a broken arm after a brick was hurled through his truck window during a road rage incident on Friday, South Brunswick police said.

The attack happened around 3 p.m. as the two cars involved were leaving the New Jersey Turnpike at exit 8A, Deputy Chief Jim Ryan said. While both cars were stopped on Route 535, police say a man got out of his car and attempted to enter the other’s car.

When the man realized the car was locked, he picked up a brick from the roadside and smashed it through the window, police said. After he threw the brick, police say the man got back into his car and drove south on Route 535.

The driver of the damaged car suffered cuts from the shattered glass and a broken arm.

The injured driver, a 44-year-old man, was taken to Princeton Medical Center by ambulance, Ryan said.

No arrests have been made as of Sunday afternoon, Ryan said.

Police said they are looking for a white man in his late 20s, who was wearing a dark hat and red shirt. Police say he was in a black or blue SUV.

Anyone with information is asked to call South Brunswick Police at 732-329-4646.

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