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Wednesday, November 2, 2016 — A Dallas real estate agent was shot dead in front of her daughter while trying to sell the girl’s iPhone outside of a restaurant Sunday, the victim’s family have revealed.


Martha Teran, 42, was found suffering from fatal gunshot wounds near Medieval Times on North Stemmons Freeway at around 6pm Sunday.


According to Teran’s relatives, the woman went to that location after being contacted by a prospective buyer of her daughter’s iPhone7 through the digital marketplace app OfferUp.


The app allows users to post items for sale and to connect with potential buyers.


Teran had listed her daughter’s smartphone on the app, and on Sunday someone reached out to her about buying the device, her family told the station WFAA.


The would-be buyer initially suggested one location for a face-to-face meeting, but the realtor rejected it and instead proposed they meet in the Medieval Times parking lot.


Teran’s family said she had been contacted by someone on the app OfferUp (left) who expressed interest in purchasing her daughter’s iPhone7 (stock image on the right)


Within seconds of arriving at the agreed upon location with her daughter, Teran was shot and the suspects fled.


Teran’s loved ones told the station the mother and her killers exchanged little to no words before gunshots rang out. The woman’s daughter witnessed the shooting.


According to the victim’s family, there were likely three suspects. So far, police have not released any descriptions for the person or persons suspected in the slaying.


Police responded to the shooting at around 6pm to find Martha Teran had been shot in the stomach. The shooter or shooters managed to make a getaway by car.


The 42-year-old victim was taken to Parkland Memorial Hospital but died a short time later.

According to Teran’s Facebook page, she was a real-estate associate with Gilchrist & Co. Real Estate in Dallas.


Tom Gilchrist, Teran’s boss, described her to the station CBS DFW as a ‘no nonsense gal’ with a gentle spirit and a smile on her face who was a hard worker.


Within seconds of arriving at the meeting place, Teran was shot in the stomach. Her teenage daughter witnessed the brutal killing


According to Gilchrist, Teran had been planning to a take a trip to Colorado with her family.


Anyone with information on the murder is asked to contact Detective Scott Sayers at 214-671-3647.


Tipsters who wish to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at 214-373-8477. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction in the case.


Meanwhile, a GoFundMe campaign has been launched to help Teran’s family with her funeral costs.


To view the original article, click here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3893968/Dallas-realtor-shot-dead-daughter-Medieval-Times-parking-lot-trying-sell-girl-s-iPhone7-OfferUp-app.html


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