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Police provide new details of Pa. highway shooting

January 10, 2014
Associated Press

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. (AP) — Police investigating the shooting death of a motorist from Maine in the dead of night on a Pennsylvania interstate last weekend say they don't think it's related to another roadway shooting incident about seven hours earlier some 50 miles away.

Members of a team trying to solve the Jan. 4 killing of 28-year-old Timothy Davison said Friday they also do not think it is linked to the unsolved shooting of a Kentucky state trooper along a highway in May.

Pennsylvania State Police say the shooter is believed to have been a man driving a dark colored Ford Ranger XLT pickup truck, and it may have damage to the front driver's side.

Investigators have asked body shops in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia to look out for such a vehicle.

 
 

 

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