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Image released of suspect accused of deadly shooting at 7-Eleven, $15k reward being offered

UPDATE- Officials from the San Antonio Police Department have released a surveillance image of the suspect accused of shooting and killing Timothy Collins on January 1 at a 7-Eleven located at 7930 Callaghan Road.

KENS5 reported that a man from Kerrville by the name of Kyle Shane, 31, stopped at the convenience store right before the shooting. Shane was in San Antonio to ring in the New Year with friends when he stopped at the store and asked the suspect for directions. Shane said the suspect was sitting inside of a parked Chevy Trailblazer.



“He was waiting for us to leave, you could just tell. Man, this is my 7-Eleven. I came here every day. I used to live in the apartment complex next door,” Shane told KENS5.

A reward of $15,000 has been offered for information leading to the arrest of the suspect in the image released by SAPD.

The image appears to show a man holding a gun and possibly wearing a blue long-sleeve shirt and a blue beanie.


If you have any information about the person in the images, contact the San Antonio Police Department’s Public Information Office by calling 210-207-7579 or Crime Stoppers at 210-224-STOP.

SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Texasbreaking.com)- The robbery of a 7-Eleven in San Antonio early Tuesday morning ended in the death of a convenience store clerk.

The robbery took place at 7930 Callaghan Road on the city’s northwest side. The victim, Timothy Collins, was 42 years old.

Collins was reportedly shot multiple times and was rushed to the hospital where he later passed away.

Police told KENS 5 News that Collins tried to fight him off and then the suspect pulled a gun and shot him multiple times.

The gunman fled the scene and authorities are still searching for the suspect. They are interviewing witnesses and combing through surveillance video in hopes of identifying the individual.

Collins’ sister, Mary DeLuna, told KENS 5 News, “I don’t know what you are getting out of it,” she said.”Turn yourself in. It is not worth it. It is really not worth it.”

The only available description of the suspect is that he was wearing a black shirt and jeans.

If you have any information about the shooter, please contact the San Antonio Police Department.

A GoFundMe account has been started to help the family with Collins’ funeral expenses.

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