North Dallas-residing, Leslie Squair Baker, who was the director of marketing at the Texas Health Center for Diagnostics and Surgery, was found with a fatal gunshot wound in the passenger seat of her car Monday evening.
According to CBS-DFW, first aid was performed on Baker after she was pulled out of the car, later dying at a local hospital. According to Fox 4 News, Baker had been on the phone with a friend prior to the shooting, telling her she was being robbed.
Neighbors reportedly heard 6 shots outside of Baker’s home. “First, it was a loud boom,” a neighbor, Eddie Jenkins, said (courtesy of Fox 4 News). “And then a second, following that then a rapid “Pow! Pow! Pow! Pow!”
Dallas Morning News reported that officers arrived at the scene at about 5 PM. The suspect’s vehicle is believed to be a four-door grey car, which was at the scene around the time the shooting took place. NBC-DFW reported that there appears to be no known suspect or motive for the shooting yet.
Texas Health Resources Center president Larry Robertson described Baker as an “intelligent, fair and compassionate person” (courtesy of Dallas Morning News).
“During her time here, she was a key member of our administrative team, known as an intelligent, fair and compassionate leader who kept the care of patients as her guiding light.”
According to NBC-DFW, Detective E. Montenegro can be contacted at 214-671-3264 or at email@example.com for any information regarding the shooting.