Endicott McCray: Austin Shooting Suspect ID’d [Photo & Facts]

Endicott McCray: Austin Shooting Suspect ID’d [Photo & Facts]
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The Austin Police Department has announced that it is now on the lookout for a man by the name of Endicott McCray. He is a person of interest in the recent shooting that ended the life of 30-year-old Teqnika Moultrie.


According the Austin Police Department, officers responded to a shooting call in the block of E. 6th St. on Sunday at 2:13 in the morning. When they arrived, they found the body of a female along with four other people suffering from gunshot wounds. Three of the victims were transported to the hospital for treatment. Meanwhile, the fourth victim suffered minor injuries and was treated at the scene.

Following the shooting, Endicott McCray has been identified by the Austin Police as a person of interest in connection to the shooting. He is described as a 24-year-old black. His height is said to be about 5’9″ and he weighs 130 pound. He is also said to have a goatee on his face and long corn rows on his hair. Austin Police has said they cannot give a definite description of what McCray was last seen wearing.

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According to the Gun Violence Archive, McCray was not harmed during the incident. Meanwhile, according to the Hays Country Criminal Case Records, McCray had been previously charged for speeding. A few days before the shooting, McCray was charged with adult misdemeanor that included a possible marijuana possession.

For tips regarding the shooting incident in Austin, you can call the Homicide Tip Line at 512-477-3588 or Crime Stoppers at 512-472-TIPS. Meanwhile, you can also text your tip to “Tip 103” with you message to CRIMES. At the same time, tips can be submitted through the Austin Police Departments mobile app, Austin PD, which you can download for free on Android and iPhone.

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