CALIFORNIA—A man who was a previous faculty member at California State University, Fullerton and served as a consultant for the school, was stabbed to death in the parking lot on Monday, August 19. According to the Fullerton Police Department, the incident occurred at approximately 8:27 a.m. A bystander reportedly saw the victim in his car bleeding and called the police.
The victim has been identified as Steven Shek Keung Chan, 57, who was found bleeding in his vehicle. First responders tried to save the victim, who succumbed to injuries sustained at the scene.
The FPD has released the name of the victim to be 57 yr. old, Steven Shek Keung Chan. In a press release, Fullerton Police also stated that they believed that Chan was specifically targeted.
Officials from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department brought bloodhounds to search for the suspect connected to the stabbing.
Crime stoppers released a sketch of the suspect, who may be of Asian descent and was last seen wearing a black shirt, black pants, and a black hat.
Anyone with information or recognize the suspect is asked to contact the Fullerton Police Department at (714) 738-6800.
CCTV surveillance video captured footage of the suspect leaving the scene of the crime traveling east of freeway 57 in a black 4-door sedan with black wheels and dark tinted windows.
California State University, Fullerton’s President, Framroze Virjee stated, “It is with such a heavy heart and a deep and profound sense of sadness that I inform you that our colleague and friend, Steven Chan, a beloved and long-serving member of the Titan Family, passed away this morning after a tragic and senseless attack in the parking lot behind College Park.”