New Mexico lady playing Pokemon Go with sweetheart shot dead in the wake of seeing burglary in progress
An inquiry was in progress in New Mexico Tuesday morning for those engaged with the lethal shooting of an Albuquerque lady, who was killed after she incidentally faltered onto a theft in progress while playing Pokemon Go with her beau.
Cayla Campos and her beau, who specialists recognized by his first name, Sidney, were driving close Bianchetti Park late Friday night when they spotted two equipped looters focusing on a unidentified gathering in a vehicle close by, KRQE announced.
Police said when Campos endeavored to escape the scene, the looters terminated a few rounds into her vehicle, striking the 21-year-old in the neck. Her vehicle collided with a close by house and Campos was taken to the clinic, where she later kicked the bucket from her wounds.
There have been no captures regarding the case.
The Albuquerque Police Department on Monday approached the network to approach with any subtleties they may have for the situation.
"The two vehicles included were a red vehicle (perhaps a Ford Mustang) and a silver four entryway car," specialists said in an announcement to ABC News.
"APD is soliciting the unfortunate casualties from the 'burglary' or any other person with data to please approach."
Her closest companion, Cody Bell, said Campos and her sweetheart weren't a long way from home when the deadly episode happened just before 12 PM and that they were likely just in an inappropriate spot at he wrong time.
"Her and her beau, they generally make a circle around this park, playing Pokemon Go each, prior night they return home in light of the fact that their condo is truly similar to in that spot," Bell told KRQE.
"Simply realizing that I'm never going to see her again or converse with her – I'm simply heartbroken that her life was removed unexpectedly early."