By Steve Beck
UPPER FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — A manhunt is underway for the driver who side-swiped a New Jersey State Police cruiser and kept on going.READ MORE: Philadelphia Commerce Director Michael Rashid Resigns After He Reportedly Made Anti-Semitic Remarks, Verbally Abused His Staff
The hit and run was caught on dashboard cam.
The incident happened at about 10:30 p.m. on October 11th on I-195 in Upper Freehold Township (Monmouth County).
The New Jersey State Troopers pulled a car over for a routine traffic stop.
While both Troopers were speaking to the driver on the passenger side, the cruiser’s dashboard camera captured a car traveling in the right lane of the highway side-swipe the police cruiser.READ MORE: Adventure Aquarium In Camden Holds Special Inclusion Event With Sensory-Friendly Attractions
After striking the cruiser, the car kept on going.
The cruiser sustained damage, including what appeared to be its side-view mirror knocked off.
The striking car is described as a silver or white-colored Jeep.
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