The family of Julian Chavez, a 21-year-old man who was shot and killed on April 8 in Fort Bend County, is seeking justice for his untimely death. In an effort to generate leads, Crime Stoppers has launched a digital billboard campaign and is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Chavez’s killer.
The tragic incident occurred in the parking lot of Star Cinema Grill off Highway 6 in Missouri City. Chavez had been on a date and was walking his companion back to her car when he was shot multiple times. Despite the efforts to save him, Chavez died at the scene, while his date escaped unharmed.
Months later, the pain of losing Julian Chavez remains unbearable for his family. His sister, Karla Chavez, tearfully expressed the devastating impact it has had on the family. They have launched the billboard campaign, hoping it will bring the closure they desperately seek.
Authorities in Missouri City have been unable to identify any leads in the case, relying solely on a grainy surveillance video. They believe the shooter to be a man who was last seen driving away in a blue car. Teaming up with Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers and Clear Channel, the police have turned to digital billboards to generate tips that could help solve the case.
Julian Chavez was described as a kind-hearted and generous person, known affectionately as “YuYu” his loved ones. He was the youngest of three siblings, and his family is heartbroken over the future memories they will never share with him. The hope is that justice will be served, providing some solace to his grieving family.
If you have any information regarding this case, please reach out to the authorities. Let us come together as a community to support the Chavez family and assist in bringing closure to this tragic loss.
Sources: [Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers, Clear Channel]