police looking for leads in dallas donut shop murder

In Dallas, homicide detectives are still looking for the two masked men who shot and killed Kee-Sun Chung while trying to rob his doughnut shop on December 21: Police seek leads on doughnut shop owner's killers.
Video surveillance showed two men rushing into the store at 337 E. Ledbetter Drive at 7:03 a.m. A masked man, wearing dark bluejeans and a leather jacket, ran in first with a chrome-colored revolver in his right hand. A second masked man came in behind him, wearing a camouflage jacket and a dark-colored hat with an unidentified red inscription.

The first man confronted Chung and pointed the gun at him. Chung put his hands up, apparently begging the man not to shoot him. The second man then tried to open the cash register.

The two men were in the store for 17 seconds before they shot Chung and fled.
Police are hoping that someone will come forward with information about the suspects, who remain at large. A $20,000 reward is being offered, but they're also just hoping someone listens to the Chung family's pleas for justice.

Anyone with information can contact the homicide unit at 214-671-3661 or Crime Stoppers at 214-670-TIPS. More here: Family renews plea for tips in Dallas donut shop murder case.

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