A Texas police office was shot and killed Monday while calling in a suspected robbery underway at his home in Austin.
Travis County Sergeant Craig Hutchinson was set to retire this September after 32 years of service as a police officer. Just minutes after finishing his shift, Hutchinson received a radio call that people had broken into his home in suburban Austin, reported Reuters.
Responding to the scene just ten minutes after the call, police deputies found a fatally wounded Hutchinson near his home with a gunshot wound.
The Travis County Sheriff’s office has said that there is “no indication that this was a targeted killing,” and added that the office has identified “two suspects but no one had been arrested.”
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