FBI, HPD Release Sketch In Brinks Guard Murder Case

Brinks armored car guard Alvin Kinney was killed during a shootout with three robbers in the Galleria area.

Updated at 11:44 p.m.

A composite sketch of one of the gunmen accused of the murder of Brinks guard Alvin Kinney.


Investigators released a composite sketch of one of three gunmen accused of fatally shooting Brinks armored car guard, Alvin Kinney, during a robbery on February 12th. 

Houston police say Kinney was ambushed and killed during a shootout in the Galleria area by robbers wearing body armor and masks.

Authorities say the man depicted in the sketch was the driver of the stolen White Ford F-250 truck used in the robbery, which was later found abandoned.

Investigators believe the gunmen involved may be traveling between Texas and Louisiana.

Authorities are asking anyone with information to call the FBI or Crime Stoppers of Houston. A $100,000 reward is being offered.


The stolen white Ford F-250 truck was believed to be driven by the armed men before and after the robbery. According to FBI, the vehicle was stolen from the Pipeline Grill in Baytown, Texas in May of 2014. It blue and white decals with the wording “HRT Houston Road Transit JV” on the driver’s side and rear tailgate of the vehicle.

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