Fayetteville police are searching for trucks in connection with a biker gang shooting in town

FAYETTEVILLE, NC (WNCN) – Fayetteville police are searching for two trucks they believe may be linked to a deadly biker-gang confrontation in the city earlier this month.

Fayetteville Police Department Homicide detectives are looking for two vehicles that have license plates:

  • Ford Raptor pickup, NC registration 81D5DV
  • Jeep Patriot SUV NC registration RDP1513

Police also know that the jeep’s rear window was shot in during the incident.

A confrontation between four rival biker gangs led to one Gunfire at a hotel in Fayetteville, killing three and wounding three others on March 19 (FPD).

William Franklin Davis Sr., 42, of Fayetteville, died at the scene, Keith Allan Dickey, 37, of Lumber Bridge, was taken to the hospital and later died, and Donald Dillenbeck, 49, of Vestal, New York, was also taken to the hospital and later died.

Dalton Emmanuel Laperriere and Kerry Helms Lawing (FPD)

Investigators said the shooting stemmed from a “confrontation” between motorcycle gangs, the Hells Angels, Red Devils, Infamous Ryders and La Familia.

At the time, police said they were reviewing “hundreds of hours of footage from private security cameras, data from license plate readers and city cameras.”

Dalton Emmanuel Laperriere, 26, of Clayton, left, and Kerry Helms Lawing, 49, of Fayetteville, have since been charged. Both were charged with assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated assault and criminal conspiracy.

Anyone with information on the location of these trucks should contact Detective R. Vernon at (910) 729-2525 or Crimestoppers at (910) 483-TIPS (8477). Crimestoppers information may also be submitted electronicand anonymous.

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