Martha Teran

Martha Alice Teran, a Dallas Realtor with Dallas-based Gilchrist & Company, was shot to death in the parking lot of Medieval Times Sunday night. Teran, age 42, was apparently helping her daughter sell an iPhone 7 though the “OfferUp” exchange ap:

Teran’s family said Monday there were likely three suspects and when they contacted Teran through the app, they initially wanted to meet at another location. She refused and instead met them in the parking lot outside of Medieval Times just off of Interstate 35. According to the victim’s family, the shooting happened within seconds and Teran’s daughter was a witness. They say there was little-to-no communication before shots were fired.

Teran had worked with Gilchrist & Company for almost two years. Shot at about 6p.m, Teran was transported to a hospital where she later died. Her daughter witnessed the horrific event:

According to the victim’s family, the shooting happened within seconds and Teran’s daughter was a witness. They say there was little-to-no communication before shots were fired.

According to reports, the suspects tore off after the shooting, and DPD has released no information as of yet. They do ask that anyone with any information about the crime call Det. Scott Sayers at 214-671-3647, or email scott.sayers@dpd.ci.dallas.tx.us.

Crime Stoppers offers awards up to $5,000 for information that leads to an arrest and indictment.

Teran’s broker, Tom Gilchrist, like most of the Dallas real estate community,is in shock.

“She had good people skills, always happy,” Gilchrist said. “Just a smart gal, and eager to please.”

A GoFundMe page has been set up for Teran’s family, which has already pulled in almost $4500. We will keep you posted on further developments in this story.Martha Teran RE shot