Teen female couple shot in South Texas park, one dead, police say

Mary Christine Chapa (left) and Mollie Judith Olgin
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Mary Christine Chapa (left) and Mollie Judith Olgin
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(CBS/KZTV) PORTLAND, Texas - Police have not yet made any arrests in the weekend shooting of two south Texas teens at a Portland park. According to CBS affiliate KZTV, two visitors to the Violet Andrews Park found the women's bodies lying in the grass.

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Mollie Judith Olgin,19, was pronounced dead at the scene and her apparent girlfriend, 18-year-old Mary Christine Chapa, was hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the head.

Chapa was reportedly listed in serious but stable condition.

KZTV reports investigators believe they teens were shot around midnight on Friday. They were found about 9 hours later Saturday morning.

According to the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, police say the women likely walked with their attacker down a trail and into knee deep grass. This is where authorities believe they were shot with a large caliber handgun.

Friends of the women said the two had been dating for about five months, KZTV reports.

Investigators reportedly do not believe this was a random incident but have not named a potential motive.

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