A Maine man was shot to death in what police say may have been a road rage-fueled attack.
Timothy "Asti" Davison, 28, was driving north along I-81 in Maryland early Saturday when he called 911, reporting that someone was tailing him in a pickup truck and shooting at him, according to WCSH 6.
The truck smashed into Davison's SUV about three miles north of the Maryland-Pennsylvania border, according to Penn Live, forcing the vehicle off the road. Pennsylvania State Police say after Davison's car was forced off the road, someone got out of the truck and opened fire on Davison.
Davison was wounded when authorities found him, and later died of his injuries at a hospital.
Investigators have no leads as to who the shooter may have been. "We’re just beginning our investigation and we don’t know if there was a history between these two,” Pennsylvania State Trooper Trooper Robert Hicks told the Portland Press Herald.
Davison's father told the Press Herald that his son was returning home to Maine from a trip to Florida, where he was visiting family.
Police are looking for a possibly blue Ford-Ranger style pickup with damage to the driver's side.