Cal State Fullerton stabbing suspect is ARESTED about killing a retired manager who had planted a bomb under his car – ending a three-day manhunt
- The police have arrested a suspect who, according to them, killed a retired California State University, Fullerton, administrator Monday and ended a three-day manhunt
- Steven Chan, 57, was found stabbed to death on the first day of the semester in a car on a campus car park with stab wounds
- A backpack was found under the car, which is believed to belong to the suspect, with a bomb, knife and abduction items, including cable ties and wigs
- Authorities have released a sketch of the suspect who was thought to be an Asian man in his mid-twenties who was completely black
- Researchers don't know a motive, but believe it was a targeted attack
A suspect was arrested in the death of the Cal State Fullerton manages who was found stabbed to death in his car on a campus parking lot on the first day of the semester.
After a three-day manhunt, a suspicious Thursday was taken into custody for the murder of 57-year-old Shek Keung Chan, who was found bleeding from his head in his silver Infiniti around 8:30 am and with stab wounds in his body.
Authorities have released some details of the arrest, but Wednesday police revealed a sketch of the suspect and asked the public for help to identify him.
The suspect was described as an Asian man in his mid-20s, who was last seen on surveillance footage released by police on Tuesday. The video shows the man who flees the scene on foot in a black cap, black windbreaker and black trousers.
Authorities say they have found a backpack under Chan's car, which is believed to be the suspect's, with a bomb, knife-like weapon, and items used in a kidnapping, including zip-ties, wigs, and other disguise.
The police have arrested a suspect who, according to them, killed a retired California State University, Fullerton, on Monday morning. (On the photo a sketch of the suspect was released before the arrest took place.
On Wednesday, authorities released images of the suspected murderer who fled the scene on foot in full black
The suspect was described as an Asian man in his mid-20s, with a black cap, black pants and black windbreaker
The suspect saw a nearby parking space abandoned in this black new model BMW X6 with dark tinted windows and black wheels
Investigators believe that the suspect was injured during the attack and possibly injured one or both hands.
He was later seen leaving a nearby parking space in a black new model BMW X6 with dark-tinted windows and black wheels.
Researchers believe that Chan was specifically targeted by the attack, but have not identified a motive.
He was the former director of the Budget and Finance department of CSUF before retiring and subsequently working as a consultant for the university.
Attempts to save him failed and Chan, from Hacienda Heights, died on the spot.
A witness reported that he had previously seen the suspected murderer on Langsdorf Drive and east on Nutwood Avenue near the Marriott Hotel.
& # 39; Confront the suspicious, & # 39; the police said.
Fullerton police Lt. Jon Radus said about the bomb in the backpack: & # 39; It was actually a flammable liquid bottle and a potential igniter & # 39; but it had not gone off.
Chan was found on the first day of the semester in a car on a campus car park with stab wounds
A backpack was found under the car, which is believed to belong to the suspect, with a bomb, knife and abduction items, including cable ties and wigs
The stabbing took place on the first day of the school year, when the campus police filmed active shooting exercises to prepare students and staff for emergencies
Researchers said they were also unaware of previous threats to the former administrator.
From 2009 to 2017, Chan was the director of the university's budget and finance and student services for university extended education, the university said.
He returned to the campus early in 2019 as a special consultant & # 39; to offer his wise guidance and wisdom & # 39 ;, said university president Fram Virjee in a statement.
Virjee said he didn't know Chan personally & # 39; but in the last couple of hours it's clear that he was loved for his dedication to and passion for both Cal State Fullerton and his support for those close to him. our Titan family. & # 39;
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