News conference to reveal details of a Missouri City death being treated as homicide

Police taped off a portion of a parking lot behind Sharpstown Mall on Thursday, Dec. 4, 2008, in Houston. Two men were expected to survive after having been shot Thursday in a drug-related shootout at an apartment complex across the street from a mall, police said. The shooting was initially reported as an attempted carjacking in the mall's parking lot. But investigators later determined the two unidentified men were injured during a gun battle involving up to five people inside an apartment at a complex across the street from Sharpstown Mall in southwest Houston, said Houston Police Capt. Bruce Williams. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Sharon Steinmann )

A press conference scheduled for 2:00 p.m. Thursday may hold more details about the death of a woman found in a Missouri City retention pond Monday.

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Rachel Delarosa, 29, was found dead at the scene at about 8:45 p.m., in the 4200 block of North Creekmont Drive.

Police have not yet disclosed the manner of her death, but they are working it as a homicide.

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Authorities are asking anyone with information regarding the case to call the Missouri City Police Department at 281-403-8700.

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