Essex Police has appealed for dash camera footage from anyone who might have caught sight of a Mercedes E220 that rammed police officers in Dedham, Essex.
The incident took place just before 10:20 hours on Monday 18th March.
The incident was captured on a
In the footage, you can see the police drive up behind the Mercedes as the driver stops before putting the car into reverse and driving at high speed towards the officers.
After ramming the police car, the Mercedes then makes off from the scene.
Two of the officers from the Road Policing Unit (North) were injured in the incident.
Anyone with any information is asked to call Essex Police via 101.
If you were driving in or around the area at the time of the incident, then you are being asked to check your dash camera for any footage of the vehicle that was involved in the attack.
For example, you may have footage of the driver of the Mercedes that can be used by officers who are investigating the incident.
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