Police searched early Monday for a man who may have run down and killed his girlfriend with his car in northwest Houston.
According to the Houston Police Department it happened around 3 a.m. in the parking lot of TC Jester Park. Officers arrived at the scene and found the woman already dead. Her boyfriend was nowhere to be found.
Detectives said they immediately put out a “be on the lookout” notice for the person of interest.
“I think it’s pretty imperative,” said HPD Detective Bart Nabors. “If this person’s the cause of this, then it’s pretty important to get him in custody.”
Police said the boyfriend may be driving a white Pontiac Vibe with license plate DS3-W850. The front of the vehicle may have damage to it.
The person in question is said to have a long criminal history, including assault with a deadly weapon and assault on a family member.
Anyone with information can call HPD at 713-884-3131.
Woman struck and killed by car; Houston Police searching for boyfriend
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