Marcos Juarez's Killers Drove This Truck

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The killers of 18-year-old Marcos Juarez in a drive-by shooting November 20 were in the truck pictured above, Houston police say.

The suspects -- "described only as three Hispanic males and one white or Hispanic female with curly blond or brown hair" -- were "last seen in a 2002 to 2005 four-door white Ford F-150 pickup truck with tube rails and a bed liner," HPD says.

Juarez was standing outside near his home in the 9500 block of Beechnut about 2:35 p.m. that Sunday afternoon when the Ford pulled up. A passenger got out, shot the teen in the head and then got back in the truck.

Anyone with information in this case or on the identities of the wanted suspects is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.

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