ARLINGTON, Texas - Fort Worth police are looking for the person who killed a high school student from Arlington.
Cheyenne Angel Moore, 17, was shot in the chest Sunday night in the Stop Six neighborhood of Fort Worth.
Police have not said anything about what led up to the shooting but Moore’s family told FOX 4 they believe she was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
She was reportedly riding in a car on Rosedale Drive around 11 p.m. when someone pulled up next to the vehicle and started shooting.
A 19-year-old male in the car with her was also hit. Both he and Moore showed up at JPS hospital with gunshot wounds. She died but he survived.
On Monday, counselors were on hand at Arlington Martin High School where Moore was a student.
Fort Worth police are looking for businesses in the area that may have video. They also hope witnesses will come forward with tips in order to find the shooter.