WATCH: Finks bikies involved in violent road rage attack

POLICE are appealing for witnesses following a road rage incident involving Finks bikies in the Blue Mountains.

Vision of the terrifying incident, which took place at Layton Avenue in Blaxland on Saturday 9 June, has been released by NSW Police.

In the footage, a group of Finks outlaw motorcycle gang members and associates can be seen surrounding a white BMW at a set of traffic lights.


It’s understood the altercation was sparked after the BMW and one of the bikes collided, causing the rider to come off the motorcycle.

“Some of the group then hit and kicked the BMW while the occupants remained inside,” NSW Police said in a statement.

Officers were called to the scene and spoke with a number of members of the group, however many of the riders had already left.

They’re now appealing for anyone who was at the location at the time to come forward.

“Investigators would also like to speak with other witnesses, including occupants of vehicle travelling in the area around the time of the incident.

“In particular, police are seeking further vision of the incident from mobile phones or dash cams.”


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