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UPDATE: Officials release sketch of suspected Guadalupe County gunman
This is a composite sketch of the man who Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office investigators believe is responsible for a string of incidents March 4-5 involving someone shooting at vehicles and homes in the western portion of the county.
Wilson County NewsMarch 5, 2015, 12:35pm 8,130 views 3 comments
(Revised 4:15 p.m. March 5)
Investigators from the Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Office have released a composite sketch of a man who they believe is connected to multiple incidents
over the past two days involving someone shooting at homes and vehicles.
Among the incidents being actively investigated are:
•March 4, approximately 11 p.m., someone shot at a home on Riley Road in Seguin while a family slept inside. The suspect fled toward I-10 in a vehicle of an unknown description.
•March 5, approximately 12:20 a.m., a motorist on F.M. 467 reported that the driver of a dark-colored, older-model sport-utility vehicle (SUV) followed him. The suspect also began shooting at the motorist as he passed.
•March 5, approximately 12:30 a.m., witnesses reported seeing a male holding an “AR-15” style rifle, standing in a parking lot on F.M. 775 in Marion near a light-colored SUV
•March 5, approximately 4 a.m., a complainant reported finding multiple bullet holes in the windshield and body of his vehicle parked on Schumann Road in McQueeney. Rounds also entered a nearby building and an adjacent vehicle. A witness who reported hearing the gunfire said he saw a dark-colored SUV being driven away from the scene.
•March 5, approximately 8 a.m., deputies were informed of several vehicles that had been shot on Stagecoach Road west of Seguin.
Anyone with information about these incidents, or who have experienced similar incidents, is asked to call the Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Office at 830-379-1224.
Anonymous tips -- for which cash rewards are paid in the event of an arrest -- can be furnished to Guadalupe County Crime Stoppers:
•Via text message to CRIMES (274637)
•Via telephone: 1-877-403-TIPS (8477).
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