Vietnamese Man Randomly Murdered and Police Need Your Help
November 1, 2020
DALLAS, Texas—“He was a manager at a restaurant, other than that, there’s not a lot of information that we have yet about him,” Dallas PD Det. Abel Lopez stated.
Pham’s family is fearful for their safety and doesn’t want to share pictures of him. “It’s a Vietnamese family, obviously very heartbroken. And he had a fiancé heartbroken also about what happened,” Det. Lopez continued.
Early Sunday morning, October 25, at a Downtown Dallas parking lot, Loc Pham was murdered while walking to his car.
One camera showed Pham in a white Toyota Camry, pulling into the parking lot, in slot 44, according toFox 4.
“At about 4:19 am, we see the victim walking northbound on Griffin Street on the east side of the street,” Det. Lopez explained.
A few minutes later, Pham is seen walking back to his car. Simultaneously, a white 2011-2020 Chrysler 300 pulls into the parking lot ahead of Pham.
Minutes later, the Chrysler can be seen leaving the parking lot at a high rate of speed. “It appeared like the door, passenger door behind the driver’s side, was open as they were leaving,” Det. Lopez said.
Pham was shot and his body was later found in parking spot 46.
“It’s very possible that this was a random act. We did see that same vehicle driving around downtown through other video surveillance. It’s possible that they were looking for a victim, maybe to rob,” Det. Lopez explained.