WHAG NEWS - There are very few road rage incidents as chilling as the one that took the life of 28-year-old Timothy “
Since then, his family has been working closely with the I-81 Homicide Task Force and their ongoing investigation.
"I feel encouraged because there's so many people working on this and they couldn't share a lot of the evidence obviously with us but they've been really busy and i think they're putting together a good case," said Theresa Allocca, victim's mother.
Recently, police released surveillance footage from the Mason Dixon Auto Auction showing not only the suspect's vehicle but other cars. Allocca hopes this video will help more witness come forward.
"I think if anybody saw anything and you get that gut feeling that it just wasn't right and then I would want them to call in because this isn't just affected me as a mom and our immediate family but it's affected our whole community," said Allocca.
She says she's also worried for
"It's been a really difficult not knowing of course more so worried for the people in that tri-state area just because the killer is still out there," said Allocca. "And those people have probably returned to their daily lives and gone back to their old routines and think they're safe they really aren't. That's what wakes me up in the middle of the night thinking that oh my word, this person might have gone out and killed someone. And now another family is devastated. Of course, I want justice to come for my son but my first priority is just trying to keep all those people safe."
And more than two months later, she's still hasn't given up hope.
"I think if anything they are getting closer and I'm not ready to give up yet until every possible resource is exhausted I still have a lot of hope," said Allocca.
A grieving mother searching for answers about what happened that tragic morning in January.
State troopers tell WHAG that homicide task force investigators talk with the Davison family almost everyday about the investigation and they're hopeful they'll find who killed Timothy Davison.
If you have any information about this case, call Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers at: 1-800-4PA-TIPS. You can also leave tips on the Davison Family website, click here.