2 students dead, attempted carjacking
LOS ANGELES - A gunman opened fire on a BMW near the University of Southern California campus, killing two international students from China in what may have been a bungled carjacking attempt. The gunfire erupted around 1 a.m. Wednesday, shattering the windows on the new 3-series luxury car that sell for up to $60,000. Investigators say it may have been a carjacking attempt. The woman was slumped in the front passenger seat, and the man was found outside the vehicle. Police confirmed that the woman, about 20 years old, and the man are USC international graduate students from China. Their names are being withheld. There are no arrests.
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