PITTSBURG (CBS SF) – Following a series of shootings along Highway 4, city officials in Pittsburg have unanimously approved the installation of surveillance cameras along the freeway.

The city’s mayor and police chief are supporting the $100,000 plan to install the cameras, after six freeway shootings took place along a four-mile stretch of Highway 4 in less than a year, including last week’s fatal shooting.

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Shanique Marie, a 25-year-old mother of four, was killed when a gunman opened fire on her and her boyfriend around 11:00 a.m. last Wednesday on Highway 4 near Railroad Avenue. Marie’s boyfriend was critically injured in the shooting and police said the couple had been targeted.

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Four to six cameras are expected to be placed on property next to the freeway. The city already has about 100 surveillance cameras stationed throughout the city.