A driver got out of his car and threatened a dog walker after being challenged about his speed, Police have said in an appeal for witnesses.
Officers said the alleged "altercation" took place around 19:40 on Friday (31 July) on Patier Road in St. Saviour, near the entrance to Jardin a Pommiers and the Parish Green.
Describing the reported sequence of events, the Force said: "An argument between a driver and a pedestrian took place on the roadside, when a man walking two dogs challenged a driver about his speed.
"The driver, in an older style white Subaru, exchanged words with the pedestrian and then got out of his car and threatened him."
They added that the Subaru driver was "between 20 and 30 years of age, white, 6ft with short light brown hair and clean shaven", adding that he was "wearing a dark coloured T-shirt with a central logo and dark jeans" at the time.
They are now seeking witnesses to the argument, and also ask that anyone with CCTV or dash-cam footage that covers the area to get in touch.
Anyone with more information is urged to call 612612 or make an anonymous report using Crimestoppers' online form.
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