ROSELLE PARK, NJ — Roselle Park Police are looking for help to identify the driver of a motorcycle who they say eluded them and put numerous drivers at risk.
According to police, at approximately 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, July 18, officers attempted to pull the driver over due to the motorcycle not having a visible registration (license plate). Police said that the driver ignored the marked patrol vehicle's activated lights and siren and continued east on Westfield Avenue at a high rate of speed. The driver continued speeding into Elizabeth and made several dangerous maneuvers to elude police, cops said. Police terminated the pursuit because of the risk to other drivers.
Authorities said that this same driver is suspected of being involved in a similar incident, eluding the Elizabeth Police Department earlier in the day on Tuesday.
Roselle Park Police posted on their Facebook Page, “Identification of this motorcycle and driver will assist Roselle Park Police and Elizabeth Police with apprehending this driver and in deterring this and other dangerous drivers from putting the driving public at risk.”
The driver is described as wearing a red, white and black leather jacket with a light color helmet. (Possibly a Ducati Corse Leather Jacket)
The motorcycle is described as a white and red sports bike with red colored wheels. (Possibly Ducati)
Anyone with information on this incident, the identity of driver or location of the motorcycle is asked to contact Roselle Park Police at 908-245-2300 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Police said any information received will be kept confidential.