Homicide detectives have released the last known footage of 19-year-old Kyone Lockett before his shooting death in a northeast Houston park.
The shooting happened around 9 pm. on June 6 at Elbert Triangle Park in northeast Houston, police said.
Earlier that night, Lockett – also known as Keeda – was hanging out with his girlfriend at Tidwell Park, near the intersection of Tidwell Road and Homestead Road, when a silver SUV occupied by three or four men pulled into the park, detectives said.
Lockett got into the SUV with the group of men and was taken about two miles south to Elbert Triangle Park in the 7100 block of Elbert Street.
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That's where one of the men in the SUV shot and killed Lockett, detectives said. A neighbor who heard the gunfire called 911 immediately.
Paramedics with the Houston Fire Department rushed to the scene to try and help Lockett, but he was dead by the time they arrived.
Detectives obtained surveillance video from a business near Tidwell Park that shows the silver SUV pulling into the park and leaving the park with Lockett inside.
It is likely the last known footage of Lockett before his death.
The men in the vehicle were only described as being 18 to 25 years old, police said.
Anyone with information about the shooting or the SUV in the video is urged to call Houston Police Department homicide detectives at 713-308-3600 or Houston Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477).
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