Two graduate students were shot dead in a car on Raymond Avenue near the intersection of 27th Street early Wednesday, April 13. The Los Angeles Police Department responded to the scene shortly after 1 a.m., where Viterbi School of Engineering graduate students Ying Wu and Ming Qu, both 23 years old and from China, were found shot.The university and LAPD are working together in the ongoing investigation. The unknown suspect was last seen wearing dark clothes running southbound on Raymond Avenue at about the same time a black sedan was leaving the area. The race and gender of the suspect are unknown.Detectives encourage anyone with information to call the LAPD’s Criminal Gang Homicide Division at (213) 485-4341 or the Detective Information Desk at the 24-hour toll-free number 877-LAPD-24-7.Ani Kolangian | Daily TrojanLatest NewsUniversity to hold memorial service for Ming Qu, Ying WuCity offers $75,000 rewardVictims’ families meet with LAPD, visit crime sceneUSC, LAPD encourage public helpViterbi, LAPD hold meeting on shooting, safetyVictims’ families will travel to Los AngelesLAPD, university hold press conference to announce award, encourage public helpCampus ReactionUniversity to offer $125k rewardCrime not common in the area, DPS saysDetectives continue searching for clues, leads in double homicideResidents, DPS urge students to be aware of surroundingsStudents, faculty hold vigil for Qu, WuTwo graduate students shot deadPhotosRemembering students Ming Qu and Ying WuLAPD/USC press conference Remembrance Ming Qu, 23, remembered for his friendship, dedication to familyYing Wu, 23, remembered for her determination and love for readingUSC gathers to remember Ying Wu, Ming Qu Location of the shootingView
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