Police: Killing of woman in Los Angeles store was random

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Police say the killing of a young woman in a Los Angeles store where she worked was a random attack with no known motive. A customer found 24-year-old Brianna Kupfer of Pacific Palisades dead on the floor of the Hancock Park Thursday afternoon. A police statement Friday says evidence leads detectives to believe the suspect is a homeless man who was not known to the victim and randomly walked in. Police say the man attacked the victim with a knife and fled through the back door. Video recorded the masked suspect walking in the alley at the rear of the crime scene. 

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