$125,000 Reward Offered In Shooting Of USC Graduate Students
USC will publically announce at 1 p.m. on Friday that a $125,000 reward will be offered for any information leading to the identity of the suspect who shot two USC graduate students on Wendesday morning.
"Right now detectives are canvassing the area...detectives [are] talking to residents that are just waking up, seeing if they saw anything, heard anything, have any additional information for us," said LAPD Cmdr. Andrew Smith on Wednesday.
The two graduate students from China- Ying Wu and Ming Qu, both 23 and studying electrical engineering- were shot while sitting in Qu's car on the 2700 block of Raymond Avenue, about 1 mile away from the USC campus. Friends said the pair had been studying at the library that night.
According to Annenberg TV News, detectives from LAPD's Criminal Gang Homicide Division, representatives from the LAPD Command Staff, and USC's administrative staff will attend the news conference.
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