Woman Shot Dead Outside Far North Dallas Walmart, Suspect Found Dead

Police say the gunman and the woman were seen walking together in the store parking lot before shots rang out

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Police say they have found the person who shot and killed a 22-year-old woman Sunday night outside a Walmart in Far North Dallas.

Dallas police spokeswoman Sr. Cpl. Melinda Gutierrez said officers were called at about 9:25 p.m. to a shooting outside the store on the 15200 block of Montfort Drive.

Gutierrez said the gunman and the woman were seen walking together in the store parking lot before shots rang out. The woman, later identified by the medical examiner's office as 22-year-old Emily Sarah BingaBing, was found dead at the scene. The killer fled before officers arrived.

Police in Dallas are searching for the gunman they say shot and killed a woman Sunday night outside a Walmart.

Gutierrez said it's not clear if the two knew each other.

"They did walk out of the store together. But it's unknown if they knew one another," Gutierrez said. "The homicide detectives who are working the scene, they are going to get all the information that they can. Surveillance video, witnesses, whatever they can get. They are working very hard to find the person who committed this homicide."

On Tuesday, police in Greenville received information that the suspect in the woman's murder was possibly hiding at an apartment complex in Greenville.

Officers attempted to serve an arrest warrant to 24-year-old Rashad Kahlil Warren, who then barricaded himself inside the apartment.

Two hours later, officers heard what sounded like a muffled gunshot and made entry into the apartment. Warren was found dead inside from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to call 911 or submit an anonymous tip through the iWATCH Dallas smartphone app.

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