$15,000 reward in shooting deaths of 4 Hmong American men in Fresno


FRESNO, Calif. (AP) – A $15,000 reward is being offered in Northern California for tips leading to the arrest of two suspects who fatally shot four men at a weekend party.

Fresno police on Thursday released photos of the four victims, who were Hmong American and shot Sunday in a backyard while watching football.

The victims are 23-year-old Xy Lee, a popular singer in the community, and 40-year-old Kalaxang Thao, who is survived by two daughters and a pregnant wife.

The Fresno Bee reports the other victims are 31-year-old Phia Vang, a sports fan who financially supported his parents and siblings. The shooting occurred at the home of the fourth victim, 38-year-old sushi chef Kou Xiong.

Police say the gunmen entered through an unlocked gate.

The reward is being offered by Crime Stoppers.

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