Woman Shot to Death in Baron’s Parking Lot in Point Loma

by on October 11, 2018 · 0 comments

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A woman was shot to death in the Baron’s Market parking lot late Tuesday night in Point Loma. Reportedly a woman and a man were seen by witnesses inside Domino’s Pizza, which is near Baron’s, and they then went outside. Witnesses heard them arguing and then a single gunshot.

Witnesses said the woman was on the ground and the guy took off in a black sedan driving away on West Point Loma Blvd. The shooting occurred around 11:45 pm.

The woman has yet to be identified – she apparently carried no IDs. She suffered a gunshot wound to her upper body and died after she had been taken to UC San Diego Medical Center. She was in her 30s and African-American.

The suspected gunman was described as being in his mid-30s and also African-American. There was no information on his vehicle.

At this point, homicide detectives are looking into the relationship between the two people as well as conducting a search for the suspect. They’re also checking out footage from nearby business surveillance cameras.

The parking lot, located at 4013 West Point Loma Boulevard, was initially taped-off immediately following the shooting.

NBC7 has just added the following:

Domino’s employees told police the suspect and victim entered the store briefly but returned to the parking lot where they talked for about 15 minutes.

A delivery driver who wished not to be identified told NBC 7 victim and suspected shooter came in as a couple, but not customers.

The woman asked if she could use the restaurant restroom and when she came out the two went outside to talk. The driver said the conversation turned into some sort of disagreement, but he didn’t know the topic.

Minutes later he heard a single gunshot from inside the store and ran out to help.

Anyone with information should call SDPD’s homicide detectives at 619-531-2293 or Crimes Stoppers at 888-580-8477.





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