(KPRC) The Houston, Texas area is leading the nation in armored car robberies, but the latest resulting in the death of Brinks armored guard Alvin Kinney, a beloved husband and father, has ignited and shocked the community over the tactics and level of violence displayed by a group of killers who remain at large.
FBI investigators say the veteran Brinks guard never stood a chance as the masked and armed assailants ambushed and executed Kinney in broad daylight.
A Brinks armored guard team was making a delivery at the Capital One Bank, around 2:10 p.m. on February 12th. As Kinney was returning to his vehicle, at least three armed assailants wearing body armor and face-shield masks approached Kinney and opened fire without any verbal warning. The gunmen fired at both Kinney and his partner, fatally shooting Kinney.
A digital billboard campaign launched Monday offering up to a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and identification of the masked gunmen and any others who took part in the robbery and shooting of Kinney.
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