A woman found shot to death at a Fort Worth home Thursday night has been identified.
An'Jonae Eubanks, 33, was visiting someone at a home on the 6400 block of Canyon Circle when she was shot at about 11 p.m. Thursday, according to family members.
Bullet holes were visible on the home's exterior walls as of Friday morning. The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office reports the cause of death was a "high-velocity gunshot wound of head".
Family members declined to speak with NBC 5 on camera, but said Eubanks was a "sweet, kindhearted motherly-type to everyone."
Nathaniel Holland lives down the street from the where the shooting happened.
"All I heard was ‘bang bang bang’. I thought it was something more or less mechanical," Holland said.
However as it would turn out, police arrived to the neighborhood within minutes.
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"I look out the window and all I could see was police had the street blocked off here. A lot of police vehicles up and down the street," Holland recalled. "It’s crazy. It’s crazy, folks just don’t value human life anymore."
Officer Brad Perez with the Fort Worth Police Department said so far, no arrests have been made in connection to the shooting. It's unclear whether the victim was targeted or shot at random, Officer Perez said.
" If anyone last night happened to see or hear anything around that time, around 11 p.m. like a vehicle driving off or somebody running – anything that appeared to be suspicious – we do ask that you reach out to us with that information," Perez said.
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