Pennsylvania police release description of pickup that Maine man’s killer may have been driving

Posted Feb. 19, 2014, at 2:29 p.m.
Timothy Davison
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Timothy Davison

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania authorities took another step in potentially capturing a suspect allegedly responsible for the death of a Maine man in January.

According to Pennsylvania State Police Lt. Adam Kosheba, the vehicle involved is likely a 1993-1997 dark blue Ford Ranger pickup truck.

That vehicle may be the one involved in the shooting death of Timothy Davison of Poland on Interstate 81 on Jan. 4, according to Kosheba.

“After extensive examination into the paint transfer evidence that was obtained from the victim’s vehicle, we are focusing our efforts on locating a Ford Ranger pickup that would likely have sustained damage to the driver’s side of the vehicle,” the lieutenant said.

Police are encouraging repair shops to be aware of the potential vehicle, as the suspect may have had the truck repaired between January and now.

“We are encouraging automobile repair shops and insurance agents to be vigilant in assessing past, present and future claims of vehicle damage to any such vehicles,” Kosheba said.

Kosheba said police also believe multiple witnesses saw the suspect’s vehicle along Interstate 81 near the Maryland border.

Davison’s family is offering a $10,000 cash reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the suspect.

Anyone with tips on the case can contact the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers tip line at 1-800-4PA-TIPS.

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