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story.lead_photo.caption Texarkana, Texas police officers investigate the crime scene of a double homicide that occurred late into the night while members of the community stand and watch on Sunday, July 21, 2019, in Texarkana, Texas. The crime scene was on the 200th block of Connelly Street that drew out a large crowd from the neighborhood. The victims of the homicide were shot multiple times and found dead inside of the building. Photo by Hunt Mercier / Texarkana Gazette.
A boy looks back at the police lights where the crime scene of a double homicide occurred on Sunday, July 21, 2019, in Texarkana, Texas. The crime scene was on the 200th block of Connelly Street that drew out a large crowd from the neighborhood. The victims of the homicide were shot multiple times and found dead inside of the building.
Photo by Hunt Mercier/Texarkana Gazette.

The Texarkana, Texas, Police investigation into a double homicide, that occurred late Sunday at 202 Connella St., is still ongoing.

The victims have been identified as Enlsey Robinson III, 38, and Patrice Danielle Williams 34, said Shawn Vaughn, spokesman for TTPD. The two victims were cousins, said Vaughn. No arrests had been made as of late Monday.

The call was received about 10:43 p.m. Sunday from that address, Vaughn said.

When officers arrived, they found a man and a woman dead inside the one-story, white, wood-frame house. Both victims appear to have been shot multiple times, he said.

Police officers and community members gather along Connella Street on Sunday, July 21, 2019, in Texarkana, Texas. Police were investigating a suspected double homicide, according to a spokesman.
Photo by Hunt Mercier/Texarkana Gazette.

Robinson was a Texarkana, Ark., resident. Investigators were still unclear Monday on whether Williams lived at the Connella Street residence or not, Vaughn said.

Connella Street is located about six blocks north of New Boston Road.

Anyone with information about the fatal shootings is asked to call TTPD at 903-798-3116 or CrimeStoppers at 903-793-STOP.

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