Murder investigatives have obtained a $1 million arrest warrant for a Romanian guy suspected of committing a deadly capturing at an Anaheim motel, according to the Anaheim Cops Department.
37-year-old Florin Raducanu is presumed of fatally shooting 42-year-old Aurel Trandafir on Sunday, Jan. 24, at 1201 W. Katella Ave. Raducanu and Trandafir both were going to from Romania, the Police Department stated in a Wednesday statement.
Police said the minivan they think Raducanu used to get away the criminal activity scene has actually been recouped. He is thought about to be equipped and unsafe and is recognized to use countless aliases, the Police Division said.
On Sunday at regarding 7:37 p.m., police officers replied to a record of a shooting at Abby’s Anaheimer Inn. Policemans situated Trandafir struggling with a minimum of one gunshot injury and he was transported to a medical facility, where he passed away from his injuries, Anaheim authorities claimed.
At the time of the capturing, Trandafir was wanted by Romanian authorities for break-in, the Police Department said.
Investigators are asking anyone with details regarding Raducanu’s location to call them at 714-321-3669 or to call Orange County Criminal activity Stoppers at 1-855-TIP-OCCS.
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