Woman Shot In Pasco Identified
PASCO, Wash. - Wednesday, the Franklin County Coroner released the name of the woman shot and killed Tuesday afternoon in Pasco.
The coroner identified the woman as 39 year old Beatris Pulido-Padilla. A forensic pathologist from Seattle will perform her autopsy on Thursday. In the meantime, Pasco police are still investigating what happened.
Tuesday afternoon at 108 North Owen in Pasco, someone called 911 to report gunshots. When police arrived they found Pulido-Padilla dead inside the home.
Police said the alleged killer drove away in a truck they think looks like a '96 extended Ford pickup, rounded in the front, with a tan or brown strip on the bottom side panel.
Officers hope anyone who saw a truck fitting that description will contact police.
"Someone might have seen that truck or the individual with that truck and not realized that it was of any importance as it is today," said Capt. Jim Raymond, Pasco Police Department.
Here's the description of the man they think is driving that truck:
He's an adult Hispanic male, possibly in his 30's. He has a mustache and was wearing a dark colored baseball hat.
If you saw this man or a white extended pickup around 1:00 p.m. Tuesday afternoon near the 100 block of North Owen in Pasco, call Crimestoppers at 586-TIPS, or 1-800-222-TIPS.