HOUSTON - Two people were shot to death at a north Houston auto dealership Thursday and a third was wounded, reports CBS affiliate KHOU.
According to the Houston Chronicle, Houston police say that a mechanic found the bodies of Jesse Contreras and Tony Contreras, brothers who owned Immaculate Auto Sales, inside the dealership's office around noon on Thursday. They both had apparent gunshot wounds to the head.
Tony's 22-year-old son was reportedly also found with a gunshot to the head, but was still alive. He was taken to a nearby hospital and his condition is currently unclear.
"These people were targeted," Houston Police Sgt. Brian Harris told the paper. "This wasn't just a random business that was selected. Whoever attacked these people knew who, what and what they wanted."
The Chronicle reports that Harris said the dealership had received threats in the past because they handled repossessions and late payments.