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Police Seeking Public's Help in Finding Minivan That Fled From Officers in Springtown

Police say the minivan was seen driving recklessly in the area of Scenic Ave. and Central Ave

Information provided by Livermore Police—

The Livermore Police Department is seeking the community’s assistance in locating and identifying a reckless driver that evaded police in the Springtown neighborhood.  

On April 13 at about 10:12 a.m., a silver minivan was seen driving recklessly in the area of Scenic Ave. and Central Ave.  A Livermore Police officer observed a minivan driving on the wrong side of road on Scenic Ave. as it passed another vehicle over double yellow lines.  

The minivan drove through a posted stop sign at approx. 30 MPH on Scenic Ave. at the intersection of Central Ave. The officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle but the driver quickly accelerated to speeds too unsafe for police to follow.  

The minivan was last seen westbound on Sunflower near the intersection of Bellflower. Witnesses in the area, told police that same vehicle and driver have been seen driving recklessly in the same area, the day before and the prior week.    

The driver was possibly a white or Hispanic male, in his early 20’s.  The minivan was possibly a Chrysler Town & Country or similar style vehicle.    

If anyone has information on the vehicle or driver, they are encouraged to call the Livermore Police Department.  You may remain anonymous.  Contact: P.I.O. Traci Rebiejo at (925) 580­9665 or TRebiejo@cityoflivermore.net 
livermoron April 22, 2014 at 05:47 PM
David you have the name of a jew
Not the Cat April 24, 2014 at 08:30 PM
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