Victim of New Year's Eve shooting ID'd as Twin Cities realtor, mom-of-two

The 28-year-old was killed in an alley on Tuesday evening.

The victim of a fatal shooting in Minneapolis on New Year's Eve has been identified as a local real estate agent and mother-of-two.

Monique Baugh died was shot in an alley off of Russell Avenue North just after 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday. She died shortly after at North Memorial hospital.

Earlier in the evening, police had responded to a shooting at her address on Humboldt Avenue, about four miles from where she was killed, where a man was found with non-life threatening injuries. It's not known if there's a connection between the shootings.

Baugh's family has expressed shock at Baugh's death, with her aunt telling WCCO that her niece was going to meet someone to show them a house.

The 28-year-old was a real estate agent with Kris Lindahl Real Estate, with her profile noting she had also previously worked at an appraisal company for four years.

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Kris Lindahl Real Estate issued a statement on Wednesday, confirming she had been working with them for almost a year.

"She made a big impact on us during that time. She was a beautiful person who was kind and compassionate to everyone," it said.

"She was very driven and was a joy to work with. Monique was a loving mother who always put her children first. Our entire team is grieving her loss, and our thoughts and prayers are with her family during this incredibly difficult time."

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