Los Angeles News
Koreatown workplace shooting suspect identified
LOS ANEGELES (KABC) -- Police released the name of the alleged gunman involved in a workplace shooting at a Koreatown high-rise building.
Police say 52-year-old Ji-Tae Kim shot 44-year-old Victor Cho in a realty office on Wilshire Thursday afternoon. Cho remains in critical condition. Authorities say the two were co-workers.
Within minutes of the shooting, police had Kim in custody. There were no other victims in the incident. The circumstances of the shooting remain under investigation.
Kim was booked on attempted murder charges with bail set at $1 million.
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