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Police offer €100k reward to find mystery motorway shooter

German police have put up a €100,000 reward in their fight to find a mystery shooter who has been firing at car transporters and trucks on motorways for four years - hitting one woman driver in the throat.

More than 700 shots have been fired at mostly car transporters on German roads since 2008, federal authorities said in Wiesbaden when announcing the reward on Tuesday. They admitted they were baffled by the case.

One problem facing investigators is that most of the bullet holes are not noticed until the cars are unloaded from the transporters, leaving no clue as to where the shots were fired.

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Surely they can plot the last route of every truck that was hit, then where all the plots intersect that's where the shooter is?
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