Disturbing new details released in Spring home invasion

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Surveillance cameras captured the suspects' vehicle as they left the scene of the home invasion

Police are revealing new details from one of the victims in a December home invasion in which a veteran was shot in hopes that it will lead to some arrests.

The home invasion happened on December 1 in the 16000 block of Mickleham Drive.

A Vietnam veteran's wife tells police she was in the kitchen around 3:00am when she heard the sound of glass shattering. She ran to her downstairs bedroom, yelled for her husband who was asleep upstairs, dialed 911, and then hid.

Police say three men wearing hoodies and masks then entered her bedroom and held her at gunpoint, demanding that she unlock safes that were in the bedroom. Police say she did what they asked and then the masked men tied her hands with zip ties.

Police say the woman then heard a gunshot upstairs. That's when the suspects holding her at gunpoint, fled the bedroom. After a few minutes, she went upstairs and found her husband shot in the head, but still breathing.

She called 911 and he survived, sustaining only superficial head wound.

Police say at least three men are responsible for the home invasion. Video shown above shows the suspects' vehicles outside of the couple's home.

Anyone with information about this case is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS. Callers could be eligible for a reward of up to $5,000.
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