The owner of a fast-food restaurant in an unincorporated area near Anaheim was critically wounded after two gunmen entered his place Tuesday afternoon, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department reported.
The victim, Dak King Ling, 57, was shot once in the chest, with the bullet wound also causing stomach injury, Sheriff’s Department spokesman Lt. Richard J. Olson said. Ling was taken to UCI Medical Center in Orange, where a spokeswoman Tuesday night said his condition was critical.
Olson said Ling is the owner of Hamburger Dan’s in the 10900 block of Magnolia Avenue, where the shooting took place.
The two holdup men, described as about 18 years of age, were armed with a semiautomatic handgun, Anaheim Police Lt. Jay Mendez said.
Olson said the two escaped with an unknown amount of cash in a Chevrolet Nova.