Where is Texas killer Francisco Oropesa?

It's been 48 hours since five innocent Cleveland Texas residents lost their lives to the hands of Francisco Oropesa who is suspected of killing an eight-year-old boy along with four other neighbors after they asked him to stop shooting his AR-15 in his yard.

Unthinkable Actions Has Lead to the Death of 5 Innocent Texans, Including an 8 Year Old Boy.

Gunman, identified as 38-year-old Francisco Oropesa, opened fire on his neighbors with an AR-15 style rifle after they asked him to stop firing rounds in his yard because they were trying to sleep. 

The whereabouts of Mr. Oropesa is still unknown after two days of investigations as the FBI and additional support scour Cleveland Texas looking for clues to his whereabouts.

Francisco Oropesa is originally from Mexico, and in considered armed and dangerous.

Authorities told reporters originally that they have “zero leads” as more than 200 law enforcement personnel from several agencies continue an extensive search in the rural area just outside of Cleveland.

An 80K Reward is Being Offered in Texas for the Location of Gunman Francisco Oropesa

The office of Texas Governor Greg Abbott is now offering an 80K reward for this heartless killer who took the lives of his innocent neighbors which included an 8 year old little boy.

The mothers, who were killed in the mass shooting, were reportedly found laying on top of surviving children in an attempt to save them.

ABC11 covered the story on YouTube for more information.

If you see Francisco Oropesa, please DO NOT approach him. 

We will continue to keep you posted. Our hearts and prayers are with the families of the victims and Texas law enforcement. 

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