Amarillo Crime Stoppers name Sunday’s road rage incidents as its ‘Crime of the Week’

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Courtesy Randall County Sherriff’s Office

CANYON, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — Officials with the Randall County Sheriff’s Office are continuing to look for information on two road rage incidents that reportedly occurred Sunday evening on I-27 northbound between TX-217 and Rockwell Rd. On Tuesday, officials with the Amarillo Crime Stoppers organization named these two incidents as its “Crime of the Week.”

According to a news release released Monday, dispatchers from the county received a 911 call at approximately 5:30 p.m. Sunday which stated that multiple people had been involved in a road rage incident. Later that evening, dispatchers received another call of road rage within the county along I-27. Neither incident resulted in injuries.

Individuals involved in the incident told county deputies that the suspect vehicle was “likely a 2010 style Hyundai Sonata or Hyundai Elantra” which was dark in color. The release also stated that the suspect was identified as a 30- to 40-year-old male who was driving “very erratically.”

The Amarillo Crime Stoppers organization asks that if anyone has any information on the incidents, they should call the organization at 806-374-4400. Individuals can also submit an anonymous tip by using the P3 Tips mobile application. Officials with the organization stressed if a tip leads to an arrest, individuals could earn a reward.

Investigators from the county are also asking for any witnesses of these two incidents to contact the Randall County Sheriff’s Office at 806-468-5800.

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