SAN ANTONIO - It has been more than two years since a Hispanic teenager's dream of becoming a great boxer was cut short in the worst w
SAN ANTONIO – It has been more than two years since a Hispanic teenager’s dream of becoming a great boxer was cut short in the worst way.
George Ramos, 18, died on the afternoon of June 20, 2019, after receiving multiple gunshot wounds.
San Antonio police said Ramos was found shot inside a white Ford Expedition pickup after it hit a building at the corner of Les Harrison Drive and Culebra Road, northwest of the city.
Investigators determined that Ramos was shot shortly before 2 pm that day in the parking lot of a Shell gas station, which is located in front of the building he collided with.
Several witnesses to the crime told the authorities that they had seen a black man flee aboard a red car. The suspect was described as an individual between the ages of 19 and 25, standing around 5 feet 8 inches or 5 feet 11 inches tall, and weighing approximately 150 pounds.
Surveillance video from the gas station also recorded a man with the same characteristics approaching and getting into Ramos’s truck before fleeing in the red car.
If you have information that can help identify and capture the suspect, call 210-224-7867. You could receive a reward of up to $ 11,000 and your identity will remain anonymous.