According to WFAA, Gibson was last seen alive near an adult bookstore on Harry Hines Boulevard, and police obtained surveillance footage from the business.
Police also reviewed surveillance footage from where Gibson’s body was found, and the video revealed a blue Ford pickup "with distinct stickers on the rear windshield" in both locations. Police learned the vehicle was registered to Sanchez Garcia.
On July 9, the unidentified victim was allegedly on a "date" with someone in a truck on Harry Hines Boulevard near a 7-Eleven store. According to WFAA, a witness said the person in the truck asked the victim for another "date," and that was the last time anyone communicated with the unidentified female victim.
Also on July 9, WFAA reports Sanchez Garcia’s phone was in the same area where the third victim was last known to be alive. Sanchez Garcia’s phone was also reportedly linked to the area where the third victim was found dead.
According to police, investigators believe at least two of the victims have "possible ties to prostitution."