Authorities believe stray bullet from shooting in roadway killed sleeping grandma inside her home

The search continued on Monday for the parties involved in what authorities believe was a shooting that resulted in the death of a Long Beach woman struck by a stray bullet inside her home.

Long Beach Police said that the shooting took place just before 11 p.m. Saturday in the street outside the victim's home located in the 1100 block of East 10th Street.

Authorities identified the victim as Genoveva Rivera Robles. Investigators determined that someone fired a gun in a nearby roadway and more than one of the bullets struck the victim, but she was not the intended target.

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"At this time, detectives do not believe the victim or her residence were the intended target of the shooting,'' police said.

Detectives said that at least one bullet struck Robles in her upper torso as she was asleep inside her home. The 59-year-old grandmother was rushed to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Authorities have not released a description for a suspect or suspects.

A neighbor, who did not know the victim, told FOX 11 that she believes the neighborhood is not safe and that the sounds of gunfire are all too familiar.

"There's always gunshots through here in the middle in the night -- and we did hear these. The kids ran in the room and said 'Mom! Mom! It's gunshots!' And I'm like, 'no it was probably fireworks' but it was gunshots...," the woman said.

"It's scary, even to walk to the little stores around here," she added. "I'm looking to move out because it's really dangerous."

Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to contact the Long Beach Police Department.