Transcript for New images released of red truck sought in 7-year-old's death
There are also breaking developments at this hour in the manhunt for that killer near Houston, who fired on a family in a car, killing a 7-year-old girl simply riding with her mom and her siblings. Police just releasing new surveillance video, this is it tonight, of the red pickup truck seen driving away. And a new sketch of the suspect tonight the family saw in that truck. The children actually helping to describe him. Tonight, investigators want to know, was this a racially motivated attack, and did this suspect strike before? Here's ABC's will Carr from Houston. Reporter: Tonight, new images of the red truck and the man police believe shot and killed 7-year-old Jazmine Barnes. We're continuing to proceed with different strategies to try to find this coward of a killer. Reporter: What is the message to the man who killed your daughter? We're not going to stop looking for you, and it'll be so much easier for everybody if you would just turn yourself in. Reporter: Investigators say jazz Jazmine's mother was driving in west Houston with her four daughters Sunday when a man in a red truck, pulled up and unprovoked, started shooting. Killing Jazmine and juryjuring her mother. He intentionally killed my child for no reason. Reporter: Now at home, the little girl's mother believes the shooting was a hate crime that has left a surviving daughter shell shocked. She haven't dropped a tear, and it scares me. It scares me, because I don't know what's going on in her head. Just an awful story. Will Carr with us from Houston tonight. And will, authorities are investigating if this could be connected to a similar shooting in 2017, an African-American man was randomly shot by a white man in a pickup truck, and they never solved that case? Reporter: That's right, David. Tonight, the sheriff says there's no direct connection at this point, but he does say they're taking another hard look at that 2017 case, to be 100% sure that they don't have a serial shooter on the streets here in Houston. David? All right, will Carr tonight. Thanks, will.
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