UNIVERSITY PARK, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The CVS employee who was eight months pregnant when she was shot during a weekend robbery has been identified as 29-year-old Orelia Hollins.

​Hollins delivered her baby boy early and both are in the hospital Monday night in critical but stable condition.

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Meanwhile, University Park Police have released surveillance video from the CVS store near SMU at Highway 75 and Mockingbird. ​

(credit: University Park Police Department)

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“For a man to shoot a pregnant woman, that alone tells you his level of violence ranks extremely high,” Catherine Smit-Torrez said. “Getting the public to help is going to be their most critical thing​ they’re going to need in this investigation.”

Smit-Torrez, a private investigator and ​former Cockrell Hill Police Chief with more ​than 29 years in law enforcement, said ​the new surveillance video should help.

It shows a masked man ​dressed in heavy winter clothing walking in and out of the CVS store around 6:30 a.m. Saturday. ​

Police said what you don’t see inside the store is the gunman​ demanding cash from one employee at the register who is struggling to get it open then shooting a visibly pregnant Hollins. ​

“He has a pretty distinctive walk as he’s walking into the store,” ​University Park Police Asst. Chief Jim Savage said.

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“They need the suspect who has that particular gait,” Smit-Torrez said. ​”He favors a little bit his left leg. He puts less weight ​of his body on the left leg and carries most of his weight on his right leg.” ​

Police said in the hospital Hollins was able to tell ​investigators she does not recognize the person who shot her and her baby.

“Shooting at the baby inside of a pregnant woman. I think ​that’s unnerving to a lot of people and even a lot of hardened criminals ​would not go for that and might be willing to roll over and say something,” Smit-Torrez said.