Authorities Share Video of San Antonio Shooting That Resulted in Tragic Death of 4-Year-Old

San Antonio, Texas – Authorities in Bexar County have released a video capturing the tragic shooting incident that claimed the life of a 4-year-old child and left two other children injured. The Sheriff’s office unveiled the footage during a press conference led by Sheriff Javier Salazar, shedding light on the harrowing events that unfolded at a townhome in the 6700 block of Windsor Hollow.

According to Sheriff Salazar, deputies were called to the scene at 7:40 p.m. on Wednesday in response to reports of a shooting. Upon arrival, they discovered that five individuals, including three children under the age of 10, had been shot. Tragically, a 4-year-old girl succumbed to her injuries at a local hospital. The surviving victims consist of two children aged 7 and 8, along with their parents, aged 25 and 27.

The video provided by the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office shows two individuals exiting a silver vehicle and opening fire on the residence. One of the shooters, described as a white or Hispanic male, wore a gray hoodie and red shoes, while the second shooter was dressed in all black. Both individuals concealed their faces with balaclavas or ski masks.

Sheriff Salazar noted that the shooters wielded a weapon known as a “Draco,” a smaller variant of the AK-47. The use of this firearm, characterized by a short barrel, results in rounds that are tumbling upon exit, causing devastating impact on impact.

Investigators recovered 32 rounds from the scene, specifically 7.62 rounds, indicating the severity of the attack. A stock photo of a medium to dark gray Infiniti Q50 was shared by authorities, believed to be the vehicle used by the suspects.

In terms of motive, Sheriff Salazar emphasized that the shooters executed the attack with precision and the intention to cause maximum harm to the occupants of the targeted home. He expressed determination to bring the perpetrators to justice, vowing to charge them with capital murder when apprehended.

Individuals with any information regarding the incident are urged to contact the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office at (210) 335-6000 or via email at