The Garden Grove Police Department is seeking two men seen in surveillance images approaching Minh Le Anh Pham as he was using an ATM machine near where he was shot to death on Aug. 6.
Investigators believe one of the men shot 35-year-old Garden Grove resident Pham before both suspects climbed into a late model silver Nissan Xterra that left the Bank of America parking lot at 13952 Brookhurst St., says police Lt. Carl Whitney.
After shots were heard around 10:10 p.m. on Aug. 6, the Xterra with a black hood and roof rack was seen heading westbound on Westminster Avenue toward Brookhurst, Whitney says.
In hopes of producing more leads, Garden Grove police detectives released photographs of the suspect vehicle and the two males wanted in the homicide.
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"The vehicle appears to be in stock condition," Whitney says. "The black hood could be aftermarket or painted as a result of recent body work."
Those distinct features could lead to the suspect vehicle and the believed killers of Pham. Witnesses can call homicide detectives, even anonymously, at 714.741.5422.