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The knife-wielding attacker, who stabbed to death a retired California State Fullerton administrator, left a backpack at the murder scene with evidence that he might have also been planning a kidnapping, authorities said Tuesday.
Fullerton police are still hunting the killer of 57-year-old Steven Shek Keung Chan, who was brutally stabbed in a parking lot of the California State University campus before 9am on Monday.
Authorities - Backpack - Car - Victim - Crude
Authorities say they found a backpack under the car in which the victim was found, containing a crude bomb, bladed weapon and items used in a kidnapping - including zip ties, wigs and other disguise materials.
The crude firebomb - a bottle filled with fuel and matches attached - appeared to be deliberately placed under the car and had the potential to cause a small fire if it was manually lit, police said.
Tuesday - Police - Sketch - Suspect - Plea
On Tuesday, police released a sketch of the suspect in a plea for the public's help to identify him.
The suspect is described as an Asian man in his mid-20s, who was last seen on surveillance footage also released by police Tuesday. The video shows the man fleeing the scene on foot wearing a black cap, black windbreaker and black pants.
Investigators - Suspect - Attack - Lacerations - Hands
Investigators believe the suspect was injured during the attack and may have lacerations on one or both of his hands.
The suspect was later seen leaving a nearby parking lot in a black new model BMW X6 with dark tinted windows and black wheels.
Investigators - Chan - Attack - Motive
Investigators believe Chan was specifically targeted in the attack but have not identified a motive.
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