A recent road rage incident in Pine Hill, New Jersey involved high speeds on multiple roads and shots being fired. 

We all may have grown accustomed to hearing about or even witnessing road rage incidents on highways and in major cities, like Philadelphia, but rarely do they happen in suburban areas like this one in Camden County.

The altercation began shortly before 3:30 p.m. Tuesday along Berlin-Cross Keys Road, continued on Turnersville Road, Ramblewood Drive, and ended on Cranford Drive after one of the occupants of the two vehicles involved fired a semi-automatic handgun at close range, Patch.com reports.

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By the time officers responded to a call that came in from Cranford Drive, both vehicles had fled the scene.

Pine Hill Police have reportedly located one of the two vehicles involved, a gold four-door sedan, the vehicle that contained the shooter. But they remain on the lookout for the driver of the second vehicle, a red BMW SUV.

Police need assistance from the public to locate that second vehicle.

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If you recognize it or have additional info to offer police regarding this investigation, please contact Pine Hill Police Department at 856-783-1549 or email confidential@pinehillpd.com.

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