Shooting at 1800 BLOCK OF FM 1640 on 04/15/2021 5:17 PM
Date: 04/15/2021 5:17 PM
Description: Richmond Police are seeking information on the shooting death of a Richmond Resident. Richmond Police received a call to a shooting in the Lamar Park Apartment Complex, addressed as 1800 FM 1640, at 5:17 PM, Thursday evening, April 15, 2021. When police arrived at the scene, they discovered a man, later identified as Carlos Guiracocha Medina, 56, of Richmond, laying on the ground next to his vehicle with a single gunshot wound. Medina was dead when officers arrived. Investigation showed that Medina was sitting in his vehicle to listen to music when he was approached by a suspect who fired a single shot killing Medina. At this time, it is believed the motive for the shooting was robbery. The suspect who fired the shot is believed to be a black male who was wearing a blue camouflage hoodie type jacket, blue jeans, and a ski mask. The suspect was allegedly last seen heading west through the complex in what was described as a red or burgundy passenger vehicle. There is possibly a second suspect involved who may have been driving the vehicle. No description was received on the second individual. This case is under investigation and no further details are available at this time. Richmond Police Detectives are requesting anyone with identifying details on the suspect(s) or circumstances surrounding this incident to please contact the Richmond Police Department at (281) 342-2849 or Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at (281) 342-TIPS (8477). All calls to Crime Stoppers may remain anonymous.
Address: 1800 BLOCK OF FM 1640, Richmond, TX
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