Manhunt underway after suspect fired into vehicle, killing 7-year-old girl

Manhunt underway after suspect fired into vehicle, killing 7-year-old girl

Deputies said the suspect pulled up next to the vehicle and opened fire, CNN affiliate KTRK reported. The mother was shot in the arm and taken to Ben Taub Hospital.

"They sped off in front of us and the truck slowed down and continued to fire as he was in front of us".

"It was not fair".

"He intentionally killed my child for no reason", she said. "So, anyone who knows anything, please contact police dispatchers".

Sheriff's Maj. Jesse Razo said the other girls who were inside the vehicle when the shooting happened were "shaken" and "devastated".

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"She say 'Momma, Jazmine's not moving".

"She said, 'Momma, Jazmine's not moving".

Authorities say a motive for the shooting is not clear.

Authorities are searching for a red pickup truck, left, in connection with the fatal shooting Jazmine Barnes, right.

"Please keep this family in your prayers". "A total of 5 occupants in the vehicle witnessed this child, their loved one, shot and killed before their eyes. So senseless. It's never easy, and extra hard during the holiday season", Gonzalez tweeted.

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Heartbreaking news surfaced as reports of a 7-year-old girl being shot to death in a Walmart parking lot surfaced. Her 6-year-old daughter was wounded by glass fragments, while two teenage siblings are "shaken" and "devastated" but physically unharmed, authorities say.

The Sheldon Independent School District identified the girl as a second-grader at the nearby Monahan Elementary School.

Anyone with information about the suspect is urged to call Houston CrimeStoppers anonymously at 713-222-8477 for a potential cash reward.

"We are going to do everything in our power to make sure that we locate the individual responsible for this heinous crime", the sheriff said.

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