Appeal following a fail to
stop road traffic incident in Litherland
MERSEYSIDE Police have issued an appeal
for witnesses after a fail to stop road traffic incident, on 10 August 2017, on
Princess Way, Litherland. Merseyside Police have said that this incident took
place at around 8.30pm. we are told that the victim and their partner were
driving in a white coloured Kia when they turned on to Princess Way, Litherland,
towards Church Road, when they were cut up by a black coloured 4x4 type vehicle,
possibly a Range Rover or Ford Kuga. The vehicle has collided with their car as
it cut in front possibly intending to turn left near to the Lathom Club. During
the incident the 4x4 vehicle rammed the victim's vehicle. Other vehicles were
also reported to have been struck by the offending vehicle. The occupants of the
4x4 described as 4 white males with their faces covered are alleged have then
damaged the car using baseball bats whilst demanding money. Enquiries are
ongoing to identify these offenders.
Detective Inspector Robbie Moss said:- "This is a really concerning
incident for the local community. We are keen to speak to any members of the
public or drivers that may have witnessed the incident. I would urge drivers to
consider their whereabouts at this time and check any DashCam footage."
Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact:- 101 or call
Crimestoppers, anonymously, on:- 0800 555 111.