State police have released new information about the pickup truck being sought in connection with the Interstate 81 homicide that happened Jan. 4 in Franklin County.
Also, they announced the total reward for information leading to the killer's arrest and conviction has doubled, from $10,000 to $20,000.
A man in a pickup truck shot and killed Timothy Davison, 28, of Maine, after chasing Davison and forcing his car off the road, police have said.
The chase started in Maryland and continued into Pennsylvania. Davison was fatally shot just north of the Mason-Dixon Line.
State police said they now believe the killer's pickup truck was a lapis (dark) blue 1993-97 Ford Ranger that may appear black in certain lighting, and would have sustained damage to the driver's side. Police said they determined the truck's color by analyzing paint transfer on the victim's car.
The killer could have had the damage repaired by now, according to police, who are encouraging repair shops and insurance agents to report "past, present and future claims of vehicle damage to any such vehicles."
Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers continues to offer a $10,000 reward for information leading to the killer's arrest and prosecution.
Davison's family is now offering an additional $10,000 reward, and will be creating a website about the homicide, police said.
Police said they strongly believe someone in the tri-state area has information that would help the investigation, even though it might seem insignificant to the person.
Anyone with information about Davison's homicide is asked to call Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers at (800) 4PA-TIPS. Tipsters can remain anonymous.
-- Reach Liz Evans Scolforo at email@example.com.