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New surveillance video, images show suspect accused of shooting woman to death at SE Houston ATM

Houston police are hoping the images will lead to the identification of the gunman.

HOUSTON — The Houston Police Department released surveillance photos of the suspect accused of shooting a woman to death at a southeast Houston ATM last weekend.

What happened

Police said the man attacked 49-year-old Mary Jane Gonzales just after midnight Sunday at an ATM in the 2900 block of Woodridge Drive.

Detective Mark Holbrook said Gonzales was pulling out money when the suspect approached her. Holbrook said Gonzales ran, but the suspect chased her down and shot her at least one time. She died in the parking lot.

Businesses in the area were able to provide some photos of the suspect.

Holbrook said he doesn't believe Gonzales was pulling out a large amount of money.

He also said he believes the suspect staked out his victim by parking nearby and watching the ATM.

Here's a surveillance video released by HPD that shows the suspect walking near where the crime took place:

Suspect description

Holbrook said the suspect was driving a light-colored, four-door vehicle.

The suspect was wearing a dark hoodie with blue lettering on the front.

Here are the two photos provided by HPD:

Credit: HPD
HPD released surveillance images of the suspect accused of shooting Mary Jane Gonzales to death at a southeast Houston ATM on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021.
Credit: HPD
HPD released this surveillance image of the suspect accused of shooting Mary Jane Gonzales to death at a southeast Houston ATM on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021.

How to help

Anyone with information about this shooting is asked to call the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477).

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Here's the update from Holbrook on Tuesday, Oct. 19: