Pedestrian takes a walk up and across a car blocking Manchester crosswalk
The incident happened about 8 a.m. Monday when Elsibeth Trimbur, 30, stopped at the intersection of Boynton and South Main streets, blocking the crosswalk
She told police before she had a chance to back up, a man walking towards her in the crosswalk went up onto the hood of her green Volvo wagon and walked across it.. An officer, in examining the car, noted two footprints and a dent in the hood.
Trimbur said she called out to the man and he warned her it would be best if she kept moving.
She turned onto South Main Street and headed south to the area of Arnold Street where she pulled over to call police. But Trimbur noticed the man was now walking south on South Main Street toward hers and she drove further south and into the parking lot at Dartmouth Commons.
Not long after, Trimbur said the man walked into the same parking lot and got into a black Toyota Tundra pickup truck. He then drove out of the lot and headed south on South Main Street.
Police said the first three numbers on the truck's New Hampshire plates were "265."
The man is described as a 40-year-old white man with gray hair and glasses, wearing a yellow T-shirt, khaki shorts and carrying a black backpack.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call police at 668-8711 or Manchester Crimeline at 624-4040.
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