My daughter, Victoria Barrios was only 18 years old when she was senselessly killed on August 30, 2019 in Santa Ana, CA.
Victoria was a sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin, and friend. She was ambitious, fun-loving, and kind hearted.
Victoria and our family deserve justice!
“I lost my baby. Someone left her there to die in the street like an animal."
A mother is asking for the public’s help in finding the suspects who fatally shot her 18-year-old daughter.
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TWO BILLBOARDS: THE SEARCH FOR JUSTICE
How far would you go if your child's homicide was unsolved? Two Mothers, Two Billboards, One common goal: The Search For Justice.
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We are grateful to have recently partnered with the wonderful non-profit organization, Crime Survivors!!
They will now oversee any monetary donations made to our campaign and will be providing the necessary tax-deductible receipts for your generous contribution.
We truly appreciate your consideration when selecting a donation recipient.
Justice for Victoria Barrios — Donate for Support
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CAMPAIGN RAFFLES & DONATIONS
We truly appreciate all who wish to contribute to our ongoing campaign for justice!
If you are interested in showing your support and/or entering one of our raffles, you can do so using one of the options below:
The Santa Ana Police Department is currently offering an up to $50,000 reward leading to the arrest and prosecution of those responsible for Victoria's death.
The Santa Ana Police Department will help you make an anonymous tip or a signed statement. Call, 714-245-8390, or click the button below to visit the SAPD website.
The Orange County branch of Crime Stoppers can take any tips or information you have. ALL TIPS SUBMITTED ARE COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS
The information in this section goes directly to the family and not to the Santa Ana Police Department.
Please know that we truly understand the severity and delicate nature of this case. Your safety is our priority, as well as that of the SAPD.