PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – As investigators continue the search for suspects in a deadly Polk County road rage incident, Oregon State Police have released new details of the vehicle the suspects were riding in.

OSP described the suspect vehicle as a BMW 3 Series with a body similar to a 2006.

During the July 15 incident, authorities said 45-year-old Dennis Anderson was driving with Brandy Goldsbury, 46, along Highway 18 when he pulled over to let a driver pass.

That driver, police said, then pulled beside the pair, and when Anderson got out of his car, the driver’s passenger fired multiple shots at him.

Officers responded to the reported shooting around 9 p.m. Anderson died at the scene, and Goldsbury was not injured.

  • OSP seeks public's help in search for Polk County road rage suspects

Police have not announced any arrests. The suspect was described as being a short man in his early 20s with dark hair and medium complexion.

OSP asks the public to keep an eye out for the car the suspect was riding in, pictured in photos.