Richmond police today announced a $10,000 reward for the arrest and conviction of whoever fatally shot two brothers inside their Indian restaurant Thursday night, Sgt. Mitch Peixoto said.
The shooting was reported at 9:14 p.m. and occurred in the Sahib Indian Restaurant at 12221 San Pablo Ave., Richmond police Sgt. Lori Curran said.
Two male suspects reportedly asked the brothers, who had closed the restaurant, if they were open, Peixoto said. Ravinder Kalsi, 30, opened the door for the men and they shot him immediately, according to Peixoto.
The men then stepped over Ravinder Kalsi's body to chase his brother, Paramjit Kalsi, 42. The suspects fired several times at Paramjit Kalsi, killing him in the restaurant's kitchen area, Peixoto said.
Investigating police have not determined the motive in the killings, but the incident does not appear to be a robbery - the suspects did not attempt to access the cash box.
The brothers owned the restaurant business, but not the building, and were hoping to sell the restaurant to enter the construction business, Peixoto said.
Surveillance footage from the area around the restaurant shows two persons of interest that might have been involved in the shooting, Peixoto said. [Link]
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