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Man held at gunpoint at Shell gas station

HOUSTON, TX – Eduardo Flores says he is lucky to be alive today to tell his story about being held at gunpoint last night.

Flores was in the process of pumping gas at a Shell station on South Gessner when a man casually walked up to him proclaiming he would “kill him!” and pulled out a gun, placing it to his face. 

He says he made an attempt to retrieve the gun from the suspects’ hands until another man got out of a car nearby and began to point another gun at him. Flores tried to flee to safety but was shot in his leg. 

The suspects fled the scene. A surveillance video from the side of the corner store shows the suspects in a white sedan. No arrests were made.

Anyone with information on is urged to contact HPD.

Photo Courtesy: The Houston Police Department

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