Police, USC Announce $125K Reward For Information In Double Murder

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Police and USC officials announced Friday afternoon a $125,000 reward for information leading to the killer of two electrical engineering graduate students from China.

Officers sent to the 2700 block of Raymond Avenue near West 27th Street shortly after 1 a.m. Wednesday found Ying Wu and Ming Qu, who had been shot several times, according to Sgt. Carlton Brown of the Los Angeles Police Department’s Southwest Station.

Paramedics took the 23-year-old victims to a hospital, where they were pronounced dead, Brown said.

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