Raul Martin Sandoval Jr. is most wanted for murder
September 26, 2010
CALIFORNIA FUGITIVE NEWS -- In a botched robbery of a Taco Bell in Prunedale, California, two men allegedly murdered an employee after the restaurant had closed for the night. Raul Martin Sandoval Jr., and a suspected accomplice, are both accused of killing 18-year-old Brenden Tsukimura. The accomplice has already been taken into custody, but the disposition of his case is unknown. Presently, Raul Martin Sandoval Jr. still remains a fugitive most wanted by Monterey County Sheriff's Department. Sandoval Jr., is considered armed and dangerous. Moreover, Sandoval Jr., has purportedly made statements he is armed and will not surrender peacefully.
Taco Bell killer - Raul Martin
On December 12, 2004, Brenden Tsukimura purportedly unwittingly allowed a former employee and Raul Martin Sandoval Jr., into the Taco Bell after closing in order to use the restroom. The two men attempted to rob the restaurant, but instead killed Tsukimura. Then empty-handed the two men fled the establishment. Additionally, witnesses identified at least one of the killers, while a knife and a shotgun were processed as evidence from the crime scene.
Raul Martin Sandoval Jr. is described as:
The Monterey County Sheriff is requesting the public's assistance in locating this fugitive murder suspect. Please call Detective Delasantos at 831-755-3772, or 831-755-3700, if you know Raul Martin Sandoval Jr. whereabouts. Anonymous callers may leave tips at 1-888-833-4847.