DOWNEY, Calif. (KABC) -- The third suspect wanted in a deadly Downey home-invasion robbery has been taken into custody on Tuesday, Downey police said.
Officials said a 17-year-old boy from Anaheim was taken into custody in connection with the homicide that happened at a home in the 10300 block of Lesterford Avenue on Sunday.
Two other suspects, 28-year-old Henry Willie Sao of Long Beach and 19-year-old Paul Darvis Misikei of Anaheim were already taken into custody.
Police said the home invasion was not a random act and that the home was specifically targeted by the suspects.
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Neighbors identified the victim as Jim Rudometkin, a 59-year-old real estate agent. Neighbors said he was a well-known real estate agent who had no enemies and was kind, generous and highly involved in his church.
Police said their investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is urged to call the Downey Police Department at (562) 904-2308 or Detective Paul Hernandez at (562) 904-2368.
3rd suspect in fatal Downey home-invasion robbery taken into custody