ANTRIM TWP., Pa. - The shooter in a deadly road rage incident is still on the loose, but now Pennsylvania State Police have announced new information in the case.
Officials say Timothy Davison, 28, of Maine, was shot and killed by another driver on January 4, 2014. It happened while he was driving on Interstate 81 in Franklin County, Pa.
Police say Davison called 911 to report that he was being harassed by another driver. He told emergency dispatchers that a truck had rammed into his car, and that the driver was shooting at him.
So far, no arrests have been made.
On Wednesday, State Police released updated information on the truck the shooter may have been driving. After examining the paint that scraped off onto the victim's car, police say they're focusing their efforts on locating a 1993-1997 lapis blue Ford Ranger pick-up truck.
The truck likely sustained damage to the driver's side. Police say the shooter may have sought repairs, so they are asking mechanics to be vigilant in assessing claims.
Anyone with information should call the PA Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 1-800-4PA-TIPS. All callers remain anonymous, and could be eligible for a cash reward.
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