Crime Stoppers releases video of vehicle involved in innocent 27-year-old's murder
Crime Stoppers has released new video connected to a 2017 murder of an innocent college student.
On March 6, 2017, police say two men knocked on the door of Joyce Medina and her family's home on the 4300 block of Sun Vista Lane. She and family members were sitting around the couch when the man at the door began shooting into the house. Medina was shot in the chest and neck and later died in surgery at San Antonio Military Medical Center.
"It's not fair that somebody's life was cut short for no apparent reason," said Joyce's brother, Christian Sandoval.
Investigators are now sharing the video of what's believed to be the getaway truck. The vehicle was caught on camera on Sun Vista Lane near Perrin Beitel Road.
"Put yourself in our shoes, in our situation so if you do know anything, if you have any information, if you know who they are, just come forward, tell us," said Sandoval.
Medina's family says they are somewhat optimistic this new information will help them find answers in the senseless killing.
"before that, we didn't have any information on who these people were so I'm hoping now with this new information, somebody out there knows and somebody out there will come forward," said Sandoval.
Crime Stoppers may pay up to $5,000 for information which leads to the arrest of the person(s) responsible for the murder. Calls and tips directly to Crime Stoppers are anonymous, and information that leads to an arrest of a felony offender might be eligible for a reward.
Anyone with information, call Crime Stoppers at 210-224-STOP.