Warning after brick ‘thrown at oncoming traffic’ on A11
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A brick was thrown at oncoming traffic from an overhead bridge on the A11 in Suffolk – sparking a police appeal for witnesses.
A lorry headed northbound was damaged after being hit by the object, which was hurled from the bridge near Red Lodge at around 10.40pm on Sunday, February 17.
There were no reported injuries, police said, but they warned such an act could have put lives at risk.
Officers said a group of males were seen on the bridge around the time.
Detectives investigating what happened are keen to speak to the group in connection with the incident.
Witnesses and anyone with dashcam footage or information should contact Suffolk police on 101, quoting reference 37/9757/19.
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