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It would have been a nice day in California except for two things; the vicious and bizarre murders of two Asian women and the whereabouts of the killer.
According to veteran Detective Marcus Brown, when he and partner Jonas Nutter, entered the mansion-like home, they discovered what looked to be a robbery gone wrong.
Det. Nutter described each room inside the home as having been ransacked as if the killer or killers were searching for something. However, nothing at the time seemed to be missing.
The home contained expensive furnishings and electronics, as was money and jewelry lying around. The detectives’ believed that if a robbery had occurred, the missing items must have much more value than material objects.
According to Det. Nutter, in one rear bedroom, officers discovered several cages containing snakes, and birds, of different species and sizes. The officers found it baffling that one family would have such a large number of birds and reptiles, but in police business, no two cases are alike.
The entire neighborhood became suspects and were horrified when learned that two of their most respected citizens, 42-year-old Sally Vu, and her 21-year-old daughter, Veronica Vu, were dead. In fact, they had been dead for nine days before Sally’s older sister, May Ling, found the discolored and bloated bodies of the once vibrant and voluptuous women and called police.