A shooting in Killeen, Texas has investigators looking for answers, including the identities of multiple people who may have witnessed what happened.

Killeen Police Seeking Shooting Witnesses

According to Bell County Crime Stoppers, the shooting occurred in the 400 block of E. Dean Avenue on September 22, 2022. Officers responding to the scene of the crime found a 42-year-old man who had been injured by gunfire. He was transported by helicopter to Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in Temple, where he was listed in critical condition.

Investigators were unable to get any information from witnesses at the scene because nobody was willing to speak to officers regarding the shooting. Investigators then checked the area for any video that would point them towards finding the culprit.

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The Video Footage Investigators Discovered

Investigations revealed three vehicles that left the scene after the shooting occurred. All descriptions are provided by Bell County Crime Stoppers:

Ofelia Miramontez/Bell County Crime Stoppers
Ofelia Miramontez/Bell County Crime Stoppers

The first vehicle is pictured above. It is described as either a Gold or Tan Chevrolet.

Ofelia Miramontez/Bell County Crime Stoppers
Ofelia Miramontez/Bell County Crime Stoppers

The second vehicle pictured is described as similar to a silver or gray Chrysler 2000.

Bell County Crime Stoppers
Bell County Crime Stoppers

The third and final vehicle is described as a 90's Cadillac Deville.

Anyone with information about this crime is encouraged to call Bell County Crime Stoppers at 254-526-TIPS, or to go online to report their tip at bellcountycrimestoppers.com. Tips can also be submitted via the free P3Tip app.

Information leading to an arrest could net a cash reward of up to $1,000.

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