Forensic sketch shows Happy Valley road-rage suspect
Clackamas County officials have worked with the victim of a Happy Valley road rage attack to create a forensic sketch of the attacker who remains at large after the Oct. 1 incident.
Happy Valley resident Randolph David, 20, told the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office that he was being tailgated by a white SUV with a black roof rack at about 8:30 p.m. as he drove north on Southeast 122nd Avenue. David said the tailgater intentionally hit the back of his car so he pulled over to the side of the road and stopped. He was reportedly traveling about 5 mph under the speed limit when the SUV pushed his vehicle forward, just after he turned northbound on 122nd from Sunnyside Road.
David said the tailgater then got out of his SUV, walked up to David's car window and punched him "at least 10 times" while he was still inside. A glimpse of the attacker's license plate showed that it started with the number "5."
David and his passenger provided a description of the attacker: A white man with dirty blonde hair between 30-35, a slim build and about 6 feet tall.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call 503-723-4949 or sumit an email through clackamas.us/sheriff/tip. The case number is #20-021203.
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