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Deputies seeking suspects in cold case murder
FREMONT, CA (KGO) -- Alameda County sheriff's deputies are asking for help in locating two suspects in a cold case investigation.
The suspects are 47-year-old Mohammed Kahn and 62-year-old Manuel Trujillo. Both are accused of murdering Francisco Lopez six-months ago.
Police found Lopez's body last Thursday in a ravine off Niles Canyon Road after interviewing two other suspects connected to the case.
Police believe Lopez was killed because the suspects thought he was going to steal their pot plants.
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