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Friday, April 25, 2014

‘Tips received about double homicide limited, not solid’

The NMI Crime Stoppers Program has received a limited number of tips in connection with the murder of an Asian couple at their residence in San Vicente last Dec. 8.

Police spokesman Jason Tarkong said yesterday that the tips are also not solid enough to assist in the investigation.

Tarkong, who is also the Crime Stoppers coordinator, encouraged the public, particularly the Chinese community, to disclose to the program or to the police whatever information they may have about the double homicide.

Crime Stoppers has available Chinese speaking and other language interpreters.

“Please contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 234-7272 should you want to remain anonymous,” he said.

Crime Stoppers offers up to $1,000 cash for any information leading to an arrest.

A source said that investigators on Monday processed the victims’ car, a white 2010 Honda CRV.

The suspect or suspects took the car and left it at Micro Beach, Garapan.

On Friday, the Department of Public Safety released the photographs of the murdered victims—Jun Li Yang, 50, and his wife, Jing “Emma” Liu.

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