"Saints Row: The Third" Assassination: Kill My Husband! Urgent!!!

Updated on February 25, 2020
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Harry surrounded by police officers.
Harry surrounded by police officers. | Source

This guide will cover the "Kill My Husband! Urgent!!!" assassination target, given to the player by the contact Mrs. Vandergriff, within the video game Saints Row: The Third, covering everything you need to know to complete this hit.

Target: Harry

Contact: Mrs. Vandergriff

Subject: Kill My Husband! Urgent!!!

Location: Loren Square

Cash: $800

Respect: 200

Message: "I need help! My Harry is trying to kill himself, and that means I won't get the insurance money! You've got to kill him before he dies! He's planning to jump off the bridge that runs from The Grove to Loren Square. Hurry!"

This hit for Mrs. Vandergriff is a bit out of the ordinary for the assassin target activities in Saints Row The Third, both in terms of the concept and method to go about completing this. First things first is to grab a vehicle and travel over to the bridge marked on your map in Loren Square. There are no special tasks you need to undertake to make Harry spawn and he should appear as soon as you are near the bridge in question.

You will find your target standing on the walkway to the side of the bridge surrounded by police officers. Contrary to the attached message, there does not seem to be any rush for hitting this target before he jumps, as there is no timer and he just seems to sit there. You will need to exit your vehicle and walk up to the target, laying in to him with whatever ranged weapon you like to take Harry down. Once you attack the target, also not that the police officers surrounding him will start to fire on you to, which means bringing a good weapon will be worthwhile as you'll need to down the five of them to. On the bright side, you shouldn't receive any wanted level for killing those officers specifically, as they don't seem to count as regular police in game.

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