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Suspects sought for killing man a day after his birthday

11:48 AM Wed, Jan 24, 2007 |
 
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Houston police are looking for the suspects who shot and killed a man just one day after he turned 44.

The incident happened around 1 a.m. in the 12800 block of Westmere off of Dairy Ashford.
Investigators believe the suspects followed Mark Hunn, who was a computer technician for an oil company, home.
Detectives said he didn’t have a chance to get away because the suspects blocked his driveway with their car. They then confronted Hunn, and they were apparently after his pickup truck.
Neighbors heard gunshots, and some even saw the suspects go after Hunn.
“He tried to make it to the neighbor’s house for help, but he fell in the flower bed before reaching the front door,” an HPD official said. “And they could hear him moaning.”
Investigators said the neighbor told him even though he heard him moaning, he didn’t want to open the door because he’d been robbed before and wasn’t sure who was at the door. He did call 911.
Hunn died at the hospital.
Police are looking for Hunn’s 2002 Ford F-150 King Ranch edition pickup. The license plate number is 6NJ-J62. The suspects took off in that and the car they originally arrived in, described only as a small, white four-door car.




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