Deputies are searching for the driver responsible for running a motorcyclist off the road on Sunday.
The shocking footage has been released by the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office in an effort to track down the driver of the Mazda.
The crash happened at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday near the intersection of Beneva Road and Riviera Drive in Sarasota, according to the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office.
The video shows a motorcyclist moving from the left lane into the right lane gesturing to the driver of what officials say is a gray Mazda 3 hatchback.
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A short investigation led investigators to Brandon Heath, 31, of Haverhill, who was parked near Sears at the Mall at Rockingham Park with two "realistic looking BB guns", police said. Hendrickson said he flew off his motorcycle and hit the side window, smashing the glass.
"The video shows the victim riding a motorcycle traveling southbound".
Detectives are hoping that by sharing the video, someone can identify the suspect's vehicle.
A witness told local media the driver "threw spare change at the motorcyclist..."
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Hendrickson switches lanes and drives next to the Mazda, apparently caught in an argument with the driver.
Hendrickson, who "suffered broken ribs and road rash" told the Herald-Tribune he was being "dragged" by the auto.
The vehicle has a large white decal on its back window. Anyone with information is asked to call the Sheriff's Office at 941-861-4317.
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