A young woman was brutally killed after a group of teenage thugs sprayed her AirBnb with 100 bullets by mistake.
Novita Brazil, 25, died instantly after she was tragically shot near San Antonio, Texas, by the senseless youths who were aged just 14 and 15.
Bexar County Police said she was "completely innocent" and it was likely that the shooters "hit the wrong house" during the deadly mishap.
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The gang were pursued for over ten miles in a high-speed chase before they were arrested. They have since been charged with first-degree murder.
It has been reported three others linked to the shooting were also arrested. One of them has been named as 17-year-old Johnny Bermea.
Another woman at the property was injured in the shooting. The 41-year-old is confirmed to be in stable condition.
Cops said Novita was struck by a series of bullets while she was up late working on her laptop just after midnight.
Sheriff Javier Salazar said: "She was just up, burning the midnight oil, doing some work on her computer, and now she's dead.
"I don't think they're showing remorse, whatsoever."
He added that it is likely that the car used in the drive-by was stolen, reports Daily Mail.
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It remains unclear at this time on what the motive was behind the incident.
Novita, who was known as Vita, was described on GoFundMe as: "Vita was a beautiful 25-year-old woman.
"She was the sweetest person you would ever meet. She was kind, selfless, funny, loving, adventurous, and had a heart of gold."
Novita lived with her husband Robert in San Antonio for three years.
She was born in Indonesia where her body will be returned overseas near her family.
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