A Colorado mom became the victim of a fatal shooting after two violent teens opened fire on her SUV on Feb. 20. As per the statement released by the Denver District Attorney’s office; Pamela Cabriales, 32, died an untimely death after succumbing to critical injuries in her head that were a result of a mysterious shooting, after her Land Rover was targeted by the young criminal duo.

Authorities have arrested both the teenagers, and they face multiple charges. The shooter – a 14-year-old minor— has been charged with multiple felonies, including first-degree murder and criminal attempt to commit murder in the first degree with extreme indifference. 18-year-old Neshan Johnson, who was allegedly behind the wheels at the time of the crime, has also been charged with first-degree murder.

A lot of things pertaining to the incident remain undisclosed, as it hasn’t yet been established whether Cabriales was known to the teens. Nor has there been any clarity as to what could’ve triggered the heinous act.

While the teens initially fled the scene to evade arrest, they were finally tracked when an officer recognized the vehicle and started a high-speed chase that ended when the suspects' car hit a pole.  According to the probable cause affidavit, as cited in PEOPLE, the suspects' vehicle also allegedly had two AR-15 rifles “in plain view.”

Aghast by the series of events; friends and family expressed their condolences to the deceased mother of a six-year-old. A GoFundMe page was set up by those in Cabriales’ inner circle, where they described her as “an amazing mother, daughter, sister, auntie, and friend.” The bio of the page read, “A beautiful soul was the victim of a heinous crime.”  

The page also shed light on how devastated they were, as they thought about ways to share the earth-shattering news with her son. “Pamela Cabriales is an amazing human being and will always go out of her way to help those in need.  Leo lights up the room with his love, smile, and heart. Leo is Pamela's eyes and world. She will do anything to make sure her son is taken care of.”

The teens, who’ve been apprehended in connection with the case, are being held without bond. They have not yet entered pleas, and not much has been revealed as to whether they have access to attorneys.

Pamela Cabriales was shot in the head by two teens who mysteriously opened fire in her SUV on February 20. Pamela Cabriales was shot in the head by two teens who mysteriously opened fire in her SUV on February 20. GoFundMe