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Jason Wei, 42

Jason Wei, 42, an Asian American man, was killed by gunfire during a restaurant robbery at 815 W. Naomi St. in Arcadia at about 9:24 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 25.

Arcadia police Lt. Larry Goodman said a Latino suspect dressed in dark clothing with a dark beanie came into the Osaka Ya sushi restaurant, where Wei worked, and took money from the cash register. The restaurant was still open; a few customers and other employees were inside. Goodman said they offered no resistance, and the suspect simply shot Wei for unknown reasons and fled. Wei was taken to nearby Methodist Hospital, where he died.

Arcadia police are looking for information on this case. Det. John Bonoma is at (626) 574-5166.

Suspect in Jason Wei's homicideArcadia police are looking for this man, who killed restaurant worker Jason Wei, 42, during a robbery at a sushi place at 815 W. Naomi Street on Sunday evening, Nov. 25.

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