SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP (WWJ) – Authorities are looking for a motorcyclist wanted in an alleged case of armed road rage.

Oakland County Sheriff’s officials, shortly before 2 p.m. Sunday, responded to a call about an incident of road rage on Tindall Road in Springfield Township.

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The victim — a 41-year-old Davisburg man — told deputies he and the suspect got into a verbal dispute about an incident on the road. The pair was stopped on the side of the road when, the victim claims, the other man pulled out a gun, pointed it at his head and threatened to shoot him.

Authorities haven’t detailed what led to the argument. No shots were fired and no one was hurt.

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Deputies searched for the suspect — who fled on a blue Harley-Davidson motorcycle — but were unable to find him. A “be on the lookout” request was broadcast to neighboring law enforcement agencies, but police haven’t been able to find the suspect who is wanted on a charge of felonious assault.

The wanted biker is described as a white male in his 50s with a long, gray goatee. He was wearing a black leather “Iron Order” motorcycle jacket and helmet and carrying a small-caliber handgun. His Harley had a Michigan license plate, number unknown.

Anyone with information about this suspect or incident should call the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office.

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