CANADENSIS, Pa. (CBS) – James Tully, the man often mistaken for police barracks shooting suspect Eric Frein, is supposedly getting a welcome gift on Wednesday.

Tully, 39, reportedly walks five miles a day each way to his job at a metal manufacturing company because he doesn’t own a car.

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The father of two lives in the same area where police were searching for Frein and bears a striking resemblance to the suspect. After media reports that Tully had been stopped and questioned more than 20 times by authorities during the manhunt, someone started a crowdfunding page called Help James Get to Work Safe in an effort to buy him a vehicle.

On Wednesday, Tully is scheduled to receive that car.

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“It took a little longer than expected but tomorrow IS THE BIG DAY!!” reads a post from Tuesday on the page Help James Get To Work. “Thank you all sooo very much!”

Eric Frein was arrested after a two-month-long manhunt in the Poconos after he ambushed and killed one police officer and wounded another during a shooting on Sept. 12th.

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