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LAPD looks for leads in Van Nuys killing [video]

Los Angeles police Tuesday released surveillance video of two suspects wanted in connection with the slaying of a 38-year-old man in Van Nuys.

Raul Lopez was shot Friday outside the business where he worked on Ventura Boulevard, the Los Angeles Police Department said. Raul Lopez was slain in Van Nuys on June 29, the LAPD said

Four men entered the business and an argument broke out between them and Lopez. He picked up a chair and moved the men outside, according to the LAPD.

One of the man fired a handgun at Lopez, who was hit in the torso. He died later at a hospital.

The surveillance footage shows two of the suspects entering the business. 

Anyone with information is asked to call homicide detectives at (818) 374-0040.


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Photo: Raul Lopez and surveillance footage of two men wanted in connection with the June 29 slaying. Credit: Los Angeles Police Department

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