ETX native killed in Dallas apartment attack - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

ETX native killed in Dallas apartment attack

Source: WFAA-TV Source: WFAA-TV
Victim: Timothy Agnew. Source: Facebook. Victim: Timothy Agnew. Source: Facebook.
DALLAS, TX (KLTV) -

An East Texas man is dead after an attack at an apartment in Dallas.

Dallas Police were called to the apartment in far northeast Dallas shortly before 4a.m. Sunday.

They found 28-year-old Timothy Agnew shot in the torso. Dallas Fire-Rescue transported Agnew to a Garland hospital where he later died from his injuries.

Police said witnesses reported two black males kicking in Agnew's apartment door, assaulting him and then a gunshot.

Agnew was from Kilgore and graduated from Kilgore High School, according to his Facebook page.

Dallas Police have not made an arrest at this time. A detailed description of the two suspected attackers is also unknown.

Copyright 2014 KLTV. All rights reserved. WFAA-TV contributed to this report.

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