A Bismarck man wants answers after he says someone came up to his car at a stop light, strangled and punch him in the face in Mandan.
Ron Steininger says he was at the intersection of Old Red Trail and Sunset Avenue in the left turning lane when the man pulled up next to him, got out of his car and attacked him.
Steininger was with his fiance and 13 month old son at the time.
He says the man got back in his car and sped off after Steininger told him he was calling the cops.
Steininger followed the 4 door black Malibu to get the license plate number, but he says there were no plates on the vehicle.
He says the man is in his late 20's or early 30's, 6'2 and around 220 pounds with dark hair and brown eyes.
Again, he was driving a newer black, 4 door Malibu with no license plates.
"I don't think this was his first rodeo. I mean this guy seemed very dangerous. He was a well built guy and just dangerous," Steininger said. "I'm glad it happened to me rather than somebody else... It was really nerve racking it's just sad that things like this are happening. Bismarck is my home sweet home and I just hate to view it in a negative way. It's a great place and people like that just shouldn't be around." he said.
The Mandan Police Department have no suspects at this time.
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