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8/14/02

Texas Tech Student Killed at Lubbock ATM

A Texas Tech student is dead and two suspects are on the loose. It happened at the Bank of America ATM machine located on the southeast corner of 50th St. and Slide Ave. Just before 6 a.m. police arrived at the scene and found 21-year old Texas Tech University student Colin Matthew Schafer, slumped over in a Jeep Grand Cherokee parked in the driveway at the ATM machine. Police say the victim suffered two gun shot wounds to the front of his torso. The victim was rushed by EMS to University Medical Center where he was pronounced dead at 6:20 a.m. Lubbock police are in the process of viewing the ATM surveillance video. Public Information Officer, Bill Morgan says witnesses describe the suspects car as a black or grey, 80's four door Cadillac.

"They heard two shots fired and saw the passenger run back and get in the passengers front of the Cadillac which then sped away north on Slide road. They describe the shooter as a white male," said Morgan.

Both the weapon and the motive for the shooting are still unknown. If you have any information on this crime, call CrimeLine at (806) 741-1000.

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