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Suspects wanted for assault in Turlock parking lot

The Turlock Police Department is seeking information on a man and a woman who assaulted two people in a parking lot in a case described as an act of road rage.

The assault was reported to the police department at 9:40 p.m. March 19 in a parking lot in the 1600 block of W. Main Street.

A man and a woman were in a vehicle that was leaving the parking lot when the suspects pulled into the lot in a silver BMW.

For some reason the victims had to reverse their vehicle while the BMW was parking and the male suspect "became extremely irritated" at this, according to the police report.

The male suspect parked the BMW and then strode over to the other vehicle and started punching it, while trying to open the vehicle's door.

"A physical altercation resulted between the victims and the suspects in which one victim was physically assaulted," said Turlock Police spokesperson Deandra Wiley.

The victim who was assaulted did not require medical attention.

The victims were able to get back into their vehicle and flee from the area. Once in a safe location the victims called 911 and reported the assault.

The male suspect was described as being around 40 years of age, standing six feet tall and weighing around 200 pounds. He had a dark beard. He was wearing a black short sleeve button up shirt with a white undershirt, black pants and white and black Nike Cortez shoes.

The female suspect was thought to be about 20 years of age. She has brown hair and stands about six feet and weighs around 250 pounds. She was wearing a white button up Giants baseball jersey and unknown colored pants.

Anyone with any information is encouraged to call Officer Gavin Allison at (209) 664-7398.