Chilling 911 call in Fort Bend home invasion released

RICHMOND, Texas (KTRK) -- "Someone just broke into my house and shot my husband," Brenton Estorffe's wife frantically said during a 911 call that was released from a deadly Fort Bend County invasion.

In the video above, you can hear more of the call as the wife was begging for help.

Authorities have identified a vehicle believed to be connected to a home invasion and murder earlier this week.

Estorffe, 29, was asleep in his home on Glen Rosa Drive when two men broke a window and entered in the back of the house. He was shot and killed while confronting them.

The couple and their two children were all at home during the invasion.

A light-colored four-door sedan is seen on surveillance video nearby around the time the break-in happened, according to Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls.

"We see the same vehicle enter the neighborhood before the 911 call took place," Nehls said.

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It's not clear what type of vehicle is seen in the video but investigators said they believe it may have a sunroof.

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"He gave his life in defense of his family. What more honor can you bestow on an individual than that," Nehls said.

Detective Thomas Cantu is leading a team of investigators as they follow up on leads in the case.

"We're going to continue to investigate leads that we do have now," Cantu said. "We're going to continue to canvass several miles out."

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"He gave his life in defense of his family. What more honor can you bestow on an individual than that?" Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls speaks about the victim, Brenton Estorff



Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case.

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