Authorities are seeking a suspect in the fatal shooting of a rookie police officer.
The location of the shooting took place in the 1200 block of Leishman Avenue in New Kensington around 8:15 p.m. Friday, according to CBS Pittsburgh.
Police officials identified 29-year-old Rahmael Sal Holt as the person who shot and killed Officer Brian Shaw. He shot the officer during the chase, New Kensington Police Chief James Klein said at a news conference.
Police have not yet said if Shaw discharged his weapon. A manhunt is underway.
Residents and multiple law enforcement agencies contributed funds to offer a $43,500 reward for information leading to Holt's arrest.
Trooper Stephen J. Limani, a spokesman for the Pennsylvania State Police, emphasized the importance of any information people can provide.
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Limani would not discuss other details of the case, including the reason for the traffic stop, saying it could compromise the ongoing investigation.
Shaw was killed in the line of duty Friday.
Police officers from neighboring towns, some carrying rifles, are scouring the area for the suspect.
Police later found an unoccupied Jeep Grand Cherokee not far from the scene that was wanted in connection with the shooting.
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin tweeted his condolences to Shaw's family and New Kensington police.