Houston man, 33-years-old dies three days after being set on fire in home invasion
A 33-year-old man from Houston, Texas has died from his injuries three days on from being set alight in his family home by an unknown female intruder.
The woman accused of starting the blaze is still on the loose and police are appealing for the publics help in locating her.
Devin Graham, and his 26-year-old partner Karissa Lindros were both hospitalised after the attack on the 6th of August. At just after 10 pm in the 2000 block of Aspen Glade Drive near Hidden Pines Drive in the Woodland Hills Village neighbourhood in Houston, Texas.
Jeff Wilson, a neighbour who witnessed the events unfolding said: "All I can think about is that house being on fire, and that guy screaming. It's just been pretty bad,"
"You could tell he was burned, bad. He did not have any clothes on, and his skin was just peeling," Wilson said. "You could tell he was hurt badly because he was screaming his lungs out." Mr Wilson said that he was still trying to deal with everything he saw that night.
Before his death, Mr Graham told police that a woman had entered the family home, poured an unknown substance on him and then set him on fire.
Karissa Lindros remains in hospital with serious injuries and is currently fighting for her life. On Monday, Ms Lindros mother told reporters that Graham died due to his injuries, she also went on to ask the public to come forward with any information they may have.
"These two did not deserve this. They have two small daughters who are now left with no father." Ms Lindros mother said.
Local witnesses have reported seeing a white, four-door sedan leaving the area shortly after the incident, the police have said that the suspect is a white woman believed to be between 25 and 30 years of age.