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Police Call Homicide Random Act of Road Rage

"We haven't found anything yet that would lead us to believe that the victim and suspect knew each other. It just appears to be a random act of road rage," said Trooper Robert Hicks, Pennsylvania State Police.
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa - Pennsylvania State Police continue to investigate the homicide that happened early Saturday morning. 

Timothy Davison, 28, of Poland, Maine was the victim of what police are calling a random act of a road rage.

"We haven't found anything yet that would lead us to believe that the victim and suspect knew each other. It just appears to be a random act of road rage," said Trooper Robert Hicks, Pennsylvania State Police.

Davision was heading back to Maine after visiting family in Florida.

The suspect is still at large but police say there may be traces of Davison's SUV on the suspect's car. 

"The victim's vehicle was silver in color so it's more than likely the suspect's vehicle will have some paint transfer on it," said Hicks. 

Police are also going through the 9-1-1 calls for evidence.

"See if we can get some witnesses to come forward, trying to develop new leads, we have a lot going on right now," said Hicks. "Our guys are actively, actively and aggressively out there gathering information and gathering evidence and trying to piece together what exactly happened."

And if you find yourself in a road rage situation, police say you pull over and left the other driver pass by but if the situation gets worse, call 9-1-1 and get police assistance.
 
"You don't want to antagonize the other person because you never know who's in the other vehicle or what they're capable of," said Hicks.

An autopsy for Davison's body is scheduled for Monday, January 6th.

"We'll be able to determine you know get a better idea how many shots were fired if there are any bullet fragments still left in the victims body," said Hicks.

This is an ongoing an investigation and police are asking anyone with information to contact Pennsylvania State Police in Chambersburg at (717) 264-5161.
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