Valentine's Day murder remains unsolved
Harold Hughes shot in front of home on Feb. 14, 2011
San Antonio police continue to search for suspects in the shooting death of East side resident Harold Hughes.
According to police, Hughes, 47, was shot in front of his home on the 200 block of Tomrob on Feb. 14, 2011.
“It's been a challenge. There's no closure, and it's just been a challenge,” said Harold’s wife of 20 years, Gigi Hughes. “It's really hard.”
Now, almost two years later, Gigi says she's heard several theories on what happened, but still no arrests in the case.
“We've heard thousands of stories. We've spoken with a lot of people,” said Gigi. “A lot of the stories weren't accurate. Of course, we called the police every time we heard something new, but we haven't been able to put our finger on what actually happened.”
Until then, Gigi says she will continue to raise her three children, as well as be active in her church and community.
“We work with a lot of people in the community, and that's why we need the community to come and work with us, so we can get some closure with this,” Gigi said.
San Antonio Police say two people were seen fleeing the scene that day, and urge anyone with information on Harold’s murder, to call Crimestoppers at (210) 224-STOP.
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