Husband of the woman who was shot dead in southeast Houston pleads for justice
Houston police officers are looking for the suspect who shot and killed a lady in a bank parking area in southeast Houston.
The shooting happened Sunday at around 12:44 AM at a Chase bank on Woodridge in the Gulfgate region. Specialists said an official working an additional work close by heard a discharge and discovered the person in question, a 49-year-elderly person, on the ground as the man fled, according to the report of ABC 13.
Police accept the lady, distinguished as Mary Jane Gonzales, may have been shot in the head during a burglary.
Until this point, no captures have been made in the shooting, and police are chipping away at getting observation video. Officials are likewise asking individuals to never go to a bank around evening time alone.
In another report of ABC13, the victim’s husband, Mary Jane Gonzalez, called the one who ended her life a coward and told him to ‘find a job.’
As indicated by police, the 49-year-old was shot to death at a Chase bank ATM on Woodridge in the Gulfgate region at 12:40 a.m. Sunday. Hector Gonzalez said he and Mary Jane Gonzalez had been together for 13 long years and had a daughter.
Hector Gonzalez sends a message to the robber to find a job and that he is very devastated. He also said it doesn’t make sense, and he is wary of turning on the news and individuals losing their friends and family to cowards.
Shooter caught on CCTV
Police said Mary Jane Gonzalez was shot once in the head. The shooter, who was caught on a CCTC camera, pulled off a simple $40.
An update of the shooter’s identity was being established as police officer Mark Holbrook said Gonzales was pulling out cash when the speculate moved toward her. Holbrook said Gonzales ran; however, the suspect pursued her down and shot her no less than once. She died in the parking area.
Business establishments in the area had the option to give some photographs of the suspect. Holbrook said he doesn’t really believe that Gonzales was pulling out a lot of cash. He likewise said he accepts the speculate marked out his casualty by stopping close by and watching the ATM.
Holbrook said the suspect was driving a light-hued, four-entryway vehicle. The suspect was wearing a dim hoodie with blue lettering on the front, as per the report of KHOU news.