Crime Stoppers, victim offer cash reward for info on Route 30 shooting


York County Crime Stoppers and the victim in a Feb. 5 shooting incident on Route 30 are offering cash rewards for information leading to an arrest.

Police say the driver of this vehicle was shot at while driving westbound on Route 30 on February 5, 2016.

Crime Stoppers, a nonprofit organization created to assist in the reduction of crime in York County, is offering up to $1,000, while the victim is also offering a "substantial cash reward," according to a Springettsbury Township Police Department news release.

The incident occurred around 6:30 p.m., when a man driving a Subaru west on Route 30 was shot at, resulting in the vehicle's windows being shattered and the victim suffering minor injuries, Springettsbury Township Police said.

The incident occurred between Mount Zion Road and North Hills Road, and police said the suspect or suspects were driving a 1994 to 2002 model Dodge pickup, with two-tone paint, darker on top. The pickup is believed to have chrome or polished step tubes, factory-style wheels, and a polished toolbox on the bed near the cab of the truck.

Anyone who has information related to this incident is urged to contact the Springettsbury Township Police Department at (717) 840-2971 or (717) 757-3525, or the York County Crime Stoppers at (717) 755-8477.