Police finally caught the man accused of a brutal murder at Cal State Fullerton.

Fullerton Police Lieutenant Jon Radus says the suspect was the victim’s co-worker. He says 51-year-old Chuyen Vo (CHEW-yen VOH) of Huntington Beach stabbed 57-year-old Cal State worker Steven Chan.

”The whys, the hows, those will all be answered – hopefully here in the next few days – and in the coming weeks. And those will also be part of a successful prosecution.”

He says a backpack the suspect left with reported kidnapping items was an important clue.

”And that backpack obviously did play a role in our investigation – a significant role.”

The suspect fled the scene Monday morning after allegedly stabbing the victim in a school parking lot. Security camera video and eyewitnesses helped police.

 

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