Frisco Police Urging Public to Come Forward After Walmart Shooting

FRISCO, Texas – Frisco police in Texas are investigating a shooting incident that claimed the life of one man and left another injured. The shooting occurred outside a Walmart last week, leaving the family of the surviving victim heartbroken and pleading for the shooter to come forward.

The surviving victim, 20-year-old Army veteran Zachary Lowe, was shot twice while fleeing from the shooter. According to Lowe’s sister, Morgan Lowe, he was just getting off work and was walking home when the incident occurred. He was approached by the assailant, asked for a cigarette, and then robbed at gunpoint before being shot in the back.

The shooting, which took place on Wednesday, Nov. 15 around 9:30 p.m., resulted in the death of Dung Doan, who had recently moved to the U.S. from Vietnam. Doan leaves behind two children, and his niece, Kaitlin Nguyen, described how his life was beginning to look up before the tragic incident.

Frisco police initially described the shooting as “isolated,” but later categorized it as random. The department has not provided details on what led to the shooting and has not identified a suspect.

The family of the victims is urging anyone with information about the case to come forward and assist the authorities in their investigation. The police have not given a description of the suspect and continue to seek assistance from the public.

The incident has left the community in shock and uncertainty as the investigation continues. If you have any information about the case, authorities ask you to contact the Frisco police.