The Portland Police Department said there are still no promising leads in the investigation of the fatal shooting of a teenage woman.
It has been nearly two months since the June 22 shooting at Violet Andrews Park, which rocked the Coastal Bend and made news nationwide.
Molly Olgin, 19, and Mary Chapa, 18, were both shot in the head. Olgin died at the scene, and Chapa survived and is recovering.
Police said Chapa is improving daily and is able to communicate with the Police Department.
Last month, police released this sketch of the suspect. He is described as a white male in his 20s, standing five-feet eight-inches with a thin build. He weighs about 140-pounds and has brown hair and a scruffy beard.
Police said they get calls everyday and follow up on the information, but so far nothing has panned out.
"That's exactly the words people use when they call," said Lt. Dena Gonzalez with the Portland Police Department. "'I think I may know who this person is,' or, 'I know someone who looks very much like that person.' And so, we follow up, you know. Well can you give us a name, an address, the type of work that person does, or what makes you think that the person would be the individual we're looking for?"
If you believe you know anything about the identity of this suspect, Portland police urge you to call them at 361-777-4444.
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