Wyomissing – A man allegedly involved in a violent crime spree across two states was fatally shot by Pennsylvania State Police in Berks County. The suspect had reportedly shot multiple people in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

The incident began on Thursday afternoon and was first reported at the shooting scene on Taney Terrace in South Philadelphia. According to multiple police sources, the suspected shooter hit a speed bump in his car.

After hitting a speed bump in his car in South Philadelphia, the suspect allegedly got out and shot two men who had laughed at him.

 One victim was critically injured with chest and head wounds, while the other was shot in the shoulder and was in stable condition.

The shooting was caught on a surveillance camera, and police quickly released information on the suspect’s vehicle. U.S. Marshals assisted in tracking down the suspect, who fled the scene after the shooting.

The suspect in the shooting in South Philadelphia was later spotted by state police in the Wyomissing reading area around 8:30 p.m. However, he fled from a traffic stop and got into a shootout with the police on Spring Street in Wyomissing, where he was ultimately shot and killed. Multiple Philadelphia police sources have connected him to another deadly double shooting earlier in the week, which was a double homicide and arson in Gloucester County, New Jersey. The suspect’s identity has not been disclosed yet.