Police searching for passenger who fired gun at moving vehicle in West Manchester Twp.
West Manchester Township Police suspect it was road rage that caused the passenger of a car to fire a gun at another vehicle more than two weeks ago, and police are now asking for the public's help to identify the shooter.
It happened about 1:05 p.m. Oct. 9, police said.
The drivers of a dark gray sedan and a white Hyundai Elantra were involved in what police described as an altercation that started on Route 30 eastbound then continued southbound on Roosevelt Avenue, according to police.
The altercation culminated in a passenger of the gray sedan firing a gun at the white Elantra, after which the gray sedan took off, police said.
No one was hurt in the gunfire, according to police.
Police said they suspect the gunfire was the result of road rage but noted that "all investigative angles are being pursued."
It's unclear whether the gun-wielding passenger is a man or a woman, or whether there is a description of that person.
Township Police Chief John Snyder said he cannot release more details at this time because the case remains under investigation.
Anyone with information about the dark gray sedan, its driver or passenger, or about the Oct. 9 apparent road rage is asked to call township Detective Timothy Fink at 717-792-9514.
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