BEAUMONT, Texas — Police are looking for two suspects involved in a homicide in Orange.
The Orange police department received a report about a person who was shot around 1 p.m. Saturday. The victim was at Exceptional ER in the 1300 block of 16th Street.
When officers arrived, the victim was found with a gunshot wound to the chest.
The shooting happened at an apartment complex on Burton Avenue.
The victim is identified as Trey Chanley Gibson a 17-year-old boy.
Gibson was pronounced dead by Judge Price.
Two suspects were involved in the homicide, according to the new release.
One suspect was wearing a white tank top and dark shorts. The second suspect was short with dreadlocks, wearing a dark shirt and dark shorts.
Police say the suspects may be associated with a teal four-door Buick with damage to the driver-side rear door area.
Orange police full release...
On April 4, 2020 at 1:09 P.M Orange Police Department received a report of a shooting victim at 1321 16th St., Exceptional ER. Officers arrived and discovered Trey Chanley Gibson (W/M/17 yoa) with a gunshot to his chest. The victim was pronounced deceased by Judge Price.
Officers were advised the shooting happened inside the fence at 610 Burton Ave.
The suspect is described as a large black male wearing a white tank top shirt and dark shorts. A second suspect was described as a short, black male, with dreadlock hair, dark shirt and dark shorts. The suspects may have been associated with a teal 4-door Buick, with damage to the driver side rear door area.
Orange Police Department is requesting any information related to this homicide be forwarded to Orange PD at 409-883-1026 or contact Crime Stoppers at 409-833-TIPS or use the P3 app.
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This is a developing story. We will update with more if and when we receive more confirmed information.