Man shot, killed behind Northeast Side strip mall identified

Witness reports hearing eight gunshots

One person has been shot and killed behind a strip mall on the Northeast Side, police said.

SAN ANTONIOUPDATE: The Bexar County Medical Examiner's office has identified the man killed in a shooting behind a Northeast Side strip mall Monday night.

Andreas Gerardo Salinas was fatally shot around 8:30 p.m. in the 13900 block of Nacogdoches Road.

According to police, Salinas was previously seen coming out of a Wingstop and then going into an alley just before being fired upon by two men. 

Police said when they arrived they found Salinas on the ground and he was pronounced dead at the scene. Multiple shell casings also were found not far from the area.  

Authorities said a search of the area by both officers and the Eagle helicopter yielded no results.

SAPD is now asking anyone with information to call the Homicide Office at 210-207-7635.


(Original Story)

One person has been shot and killed behind a strip mall on the Northeast Side, police said.

The shooting happened near Nacogdoches and O’Connor roads Monday night.

Police said none of the businesses in the strip mall were involved, and there was no robbery.

Witnesses told police three people were involved in a situation behind the strip mall building, which backs up to a wooded area.

A male was shot and killed. His name and age have not been released.

An employee at one of the businesses called police when they heard the gunshots.

A woman who lives behind the H-E-B in the area and she said she was able to clearly hear eight gunshots.

Investigators are at the scene looking for evidence and interviewing witnesses.

Police said they have limited information. Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call police immediately.

About the Authors:

Courtney Friedman is a KSAT anchor and reporter. She has an ongoing series called Loving in Fear, confronting Bexar County’s domestic violence epidemic. She's also covered Hurricane Harvey, the shootings in Sutherland Springs and Santa Fe, and tornadoes throughout Texas. She’s a California native and proud Longhorn who loves calling SA home.

Ben Spicer is a digital journalist who works the early morning shift for KSAT.