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USC students shooting surveillance footage reviewed

Saturday, April 14, 2012
A flyer announcing the $125,000 reward for the gunman who fatally shot two USC grad students is seen in this April file photo.

A flyer announcing the $125,000 reward for the gunman who fatally shot two USC grad students is seen in this April file photo. (KABC Photo)

Two University of Southern California graduate students were shot to death this week, and now police are reviewing surveillance video for clues.

There are security cameras in the area near campus where international students Ying Wu and Minh Qu were shot and killed this week. The shooting happened around 1 a.m. Wednesday as the two were parked in front of the house where Wu shared a rented room.

So far, officers have reportedly identified 75 vehicles whose owners that match the description of a car seen speeding away from the area shortly after the shootings. The suspect stole some items that investigators will not specify. Police say the gunman was wearing dark clothing, but they are not sure of the person's gender or race.

USC is offering a $125,000 reward in connection with the case.

The Los Angeles Police Department is asking anyone with information to call their tip line at (877) LAPD-24-7.

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