REPORT: SUV belonging to El Paso woman killed in massacre is stolen, vandalized [PICTURES]


Soon after a man buried his longtime partner in a funeral attended by hundreds of strangers last week — in the wake of the massacre inside an El Paso, Texas, Walmart — it emerged that her SUV had been stolen and vandalized.

Antonio Basco, 61, of El Paso, made headlines when he invited the public to attend the funeral of Margie Reckard, 63, because they didn’t have nearby relatives.

The article goes on to state the following:

Reckard was one of 22 people shot and killed inside the Walmart on Aug. 22. The killer said he targeted Mexicans and warned of a “Hispanic invasion” of Texas.

“Angel Gomez of El Paso’s Operation HOPE, which has helped with organizing funerals for the victims of the shooting, confirmed the theft and vandalism of the SUV,” WCNC reported.”‘He (Basco) appreciates everybody reaching out to him,’ Gomez said of the response, and that Basco wanted to be alone. Gomez also said the SUV was actually Reckard’s. He also confirmed that a pressure washer on Basco’s trailer was stolen.”

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