Reward: More on the Dallas Korean business owners being targeted

Monday, January 21, 2008

Here's an update and some more in depth coverage of the Dallas Korean business owners talked about in a previous post - and give it up to Paul Chong, who's making sure that his voice gets heard, putting himself at risk, so that more people know what's going on about the criminals targeting Korean Americans and their businesses:

According to the Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce, more than 20 Korean business owners at the Big T Plaza, the Mo-Town Mini Mall and other bazaars in the area have been robbed since December. "Some were handcuffed. Some were threatened and some, of course, some had cash stolen and jewelry," said Gal Jumao-as from the Chamber. Apparently, all of the victims have been followed from their shops in Dallas and then attacked in other cities throughout the region.
To read more from the article go to the site, and if you know anything that can help lead to catching these perps - contact The Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce which is giving out a 10,000 reward for any information leading to their arrest.