According to Escambia County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Deputy Jacob Holloway, 28-year-old Kayla Crocker succumbed to her gunshot injuries Tuesday.

The Escambia County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that the only surviving shooting victim from the killing spree by William "Billy" Boyette and Mary Barbara Craig Rice has died.

According to ECSO spokesperson Deputy Jacob Holloway, 28-year-old Kayla Crocker succumbed to her gunshot injuries Tuesday.

Crocker was shot Monday morning during a home invasion robbery on Beulah Road outside Pensacola. She was found by her mother, who went to check on her after she didn't show up for work.

Inside the home at the time of the shooting was Crocker's 2-year-old son, who was not injured.

It was Crocker's stolen 2006 white Chevy Cobalt that was spotted by a citizen on Tuesday afternoon at the Motel West Point, West Point, Ga., that led authorities to Boyette and Rice.

Boyette committed suicide inside his room while Rice surrendered to authorities, ending a violent week of killings that left four women dead in Northwest Florida and Alabama.