Police search for suspect in I-81 road rage shooting

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State police continue to search for the suspect responsible for shooting and killing a 28-year-old man along Interstate 81 in Franklin County early Saturday.

According to police reports, Timothy Davison, of Poland, ME, was heading home after visiting family in Florida when he was shot and killed during an apparent road range incident near Exit 3 in Antrim Township.

Authorities say they have not found any evidence that Davison knew the shooter. It remains unclear whether or not there is a connection between Davison’s death and a similar road rage shooting that was reported Friday evening in Carroll Township, York County.

Investigators believe the suspects’ vehicle is a smaller type pickup truck, possibly a Ford Ranger.  The suspect’s truck should have some driver side damage to its door or front quarter panel.

Police say the victim’s vehicle was silver, so the suspects’ vehicle may have silver paint transfer on its driver side from when the suspect rammed the victim’s car.

Anyone who has any information; even if you think it is a minor,  should contact the Chambersburg Barracks at 717-264-5161.

State police are also asking any collision/auto body shops to contact them if a vehicle matching the description of the suspects’ vehicle is brought to them.

An autopsy is scheduled for Monday.

The FBI is assisting State Police in their investigation.