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Police release surveillance images of the suspect in Cal State Fullerton’s cross of the dead

to connectVideoPolice release video of the alleged killer in the campus stabbing of a former university official

The authorities say that the suspect is entirely in black and put a retired school administrator, and put him to death in his car at the Cal State Fullerton campus; – Trace Gallagher reports from Los Angeles, california.

Police have released surveillance footage in hopes of catching the killer who stabbed a retired college administrator, in a parking lot at the California State University, Fullerton on Monday.

Investigators say the unidentified suspect is a man in his mid-20s, possibly Asian, with black hair and dressed in black.

The suspect could be seen on camera running away from the scene, where authorities say he stabbed a 57-year-old Steven Shek Keung Chan, and put him to death in his car. The suspect escaped in a black BMW X6 with tinted windows.

The Cal State Fullerton Police Department said in a statement on Tuesday that it received a 911 call at 8:27 p.m. on the day prior to the report of a man down, bleeding from the head and body.” The first arrived on the scene, they were not in a position to store the Channel, who have been stabbed multiple times.

The stabbing occurred just as the head of the police force was the creation of an active-shooter drill.

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The police discovered a bag under Chan’s car with the zip ties, wigs, and other materials that can be used as a mask, which appeared to suggest that the attack was not random, it would have been an attempted kidnapping. The relationship between the alleged offender and the Channel, that is, a university, a consultant at the time of his death, was unknown to them.

The backpack also has a crude firebomb; and a bottle filled with fuel and the games connected to it. The device appeared to be deliberately placed in the bottom of the car, and it had the potential to cause a small fire if it is manually lit, according to police.

The investigators said that the suspect also may have been hurt during the attack, with the potential for damage to one of his hands. Authorities have not released any word on a possible motive.

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Sheriff’s deputies attempted, with the help of dogs to find the suspect, to no avail.

The researchers told Fox News that the suspect was at a hamburger restaurant in the vicinity of the college, on the floor, where he left as supplementary evidence behind it. The police would not give details.

Fox News’ Trace Gallagher contributed to this report.

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