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Same-Sex Teen Couple Shooting: Police release sketch of suspect in Texas shootings of Mollie Olgin and Mary Chapa

Police have released a sketch of the suspect in the shooting of same-sex teenage couple Mollie Judith Olgin and Kristene Chapa last week. Portland Police Department

Police have released a sketch of the suspect in the shooting of same-sex teenage couple Mollie Judith Olgin and Kristene Chapa last week.
Portland Police Department

(CBS) PORTLAND, Texas - Police have released a sketch of the suspect in the shooting of a same-sex teenage couple last week.

Pictures: Same-sex teen couple shot in South Texas park

Mollie Olgin, 19, and her girlfriend Mary Chapa, 18, were both shot in Violet Andrews Park on the night of June 22. Olgin was pronounced dead at the scene. Chapa was shot in the head but taken to the hospital in critical condition.

Police have released a sketch developed with the help of an eyewitness. The suspect is described as a white male in his 20s, 5' 8" tall and weighing about 140 pounds. Police say he has a "skinny build" and brown hair.

According to a Facebook page set up by Mary Chapa's friend and family, Chapa is recovering from her injuries but has a "long road" ahead of her. The group has planned a benefit for August 5 to help her family with medical expenses.

Police are asking anyone with information to call police at 361-777-4444.

Complete coverage of Mollie Olgin and Mary Chapa on Crimesider


  • Julia Dahl

    Julia Dahl writes about crime and justice for CBSNews.com

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