Police seek driver who intentionally hit baby geese

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(Paramus Police Department ) Authorities are seeking to identify the driver of this car, who is accused of intentionally running over several baby geese. (Paramus Police Department ) Authorities are seeking to identify the driver of this car, who is accused of intentionally running over several baby geese.
PARAMUS -

The Paramus Police Department is seeking to identify the driver of a car who intentionally ran over several baby geese.

Authorities said the incident happened Tuesday around 3:20 p.m.in the area of 30 West Century Road. A witness told police that the car came to a complete stop, and the driver waited for the family of geese to be in front of the car before driving forward.

Paramus police described the vehicle as a silver, four-door sedan - possibly a Chevy Malibu or Acura TL. After running over the geese, the vehicle drove west toward Paramus Road, authorities said.

Anyone with information about the vehicle involved is asked to contact Detective Sgt. James Teehan at 201-262-3400, extension 1375, or submit a tip via the Paramus Police Department’s website.

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