A Texas woman who was fatally shot in her driveway in a crime caught on surveillance video last month.
Police in the Houston suburb of Tomball say 29-year-old Elizabeth Barraza was shot four times at point-blank range in the driveway of her home a little before 7am on on Jan. 25, People reports.
Barraza's husband Sergio Barraza had just left for work mere minutes before she was murdered.
Surveillance footage shows him leaving the house at 6.48am. The shooter's truck pulled up to the home at 6.52am, according to ABC 13.
Barraza died in the very same hospital where she had spent hours bringing smiles to others, according to the Houston Chronicle.
'My wife Liz was a beautiful person with the kindest of souls,' Sergio said. 'I'm just so happy that the last words I got to say to my beautiful wife were "I love you."'
Police say the couple hadn't advertised the garage sale, apart from signs put up earlier that morning, ABC13 reports.
The Crime Stoppers of Houston is offering a $20,000 reward for "any information" on Barraza's murder. Anyone with information is urged to contact 713-222-8477.