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Police release new video of truck in likely random North Little Rock shooting

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North Little Rock Police released new video Friday of the truck they believe the killer of Samantha Cass Olson was in when he opened fire.

"I can't stress enough how badly we need to locate this vehicle. Unfortunately at this time we still haven't been able to identify it," said Sgt. Brian Dedrick.

Olson died last week as she drove through the intersection of JFK and McCain Boulevards. Officers say someone in a pick-up truck going the opposite direction started shooting at her several times.

Police are trying to track down the maroon Ford F-150, model year 2007 to 2010. It has tinted windows, chrome wheels and a chrome bumper.

The reward for information leading to an arrest increased Friday to a total of $11,000. If you know anything, call North Little Rock Police at (501) 758-1234.

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