Everett woman identified in suspected ‘road rage’ shooting on U.S. 2

Raelyn Davis, 24, was a passenger on the highway Saturday night when someone in another vehicle shot at her near Skykomish.

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SKYKOMISH — An Everett woman was identified Monday, two days after she was killed in a suspected road rage shooting near Skykomish.

The shooter remained at large.

Raelyn Davis, 24, was a passenger in a Kia Sorrento SUV on U.S. 2. around 7:48 p.m. Saturday, according to the Washington State Patrol.

The driver tried to get distance from another vehicle, a Subaru SUV, when someone shot through the rear passenger window of the Kia, troopers said.

Davis was pronounced dead at the scene.

The driver fled in the Subaru, described as being a dark color with a roof cargo basket.

People who see a vehicle that matches the description can report it to detective Sgt. Michael Marken at 360-654-1140 or Michael.Marken@wsp.wa.gov.

Additionally, anyone who was driving on U.S. 2 near milepost 63 between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. that night was asked to contact the detective if they have any dashboard camera footage.

“We’re asking for anything that people have, so that we can find a suspect,” state patrol spokesperson Kelsey Harding said.

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