HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - State police have released a video in hopes of tracking down possible witnesses to the apparent road-rage slaying of a Maine man along an interstate highway in south-central Pennsylvania four days into the new year.
Twenty-eight-year-old Timothy Davison was driving home to Poland, Maine on Interstate 81 when he was killed about 10 miles north of Hagerstown, Md. He had called 911 as he crossed into Pennsylvania to report that another driver was shooting at him.
Police said the video shows the suspect vehicle and other vehicles after the victim was run off the road and just before the fatal shots were fired. They believe several motorists may have seen the suspect pickup and its driver.
Davison's family and the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers organization are each offering a $10,000 reward.
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