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Fiancée of slain man seeks help to solve murder
BERKELEY, Calif. (KGO) -- The fiancée of Adolfo Celedon, a Chilean man shot to death in Berkeley three years ago is trying to call attention to his unsolved murder.
Amber Nelson and Celedon had just moved to Berkeley when they were confronted by two men near Adeline and Emerson streets.
Celedon was shot to death in front of his fiancée after they left his birthday party.
On the three year anniversary of his death, Nelson is asking for help to bring justice for Celedon.
"There are leads absolutely with the police, they're working hard. But we and Fito's family feel it's too long, three years is too long for no justice for this," Nelson said.
Nelson goes to the scene where Celedon was murdered every day. She is asking for anyone who knows something about the murder to come forward.
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