Sayha Doeum murder: Husband gunned down in front of home and wife; Kent detectives asking for help finding killers

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Kent detectives are asking for your help in the investigation of the homicide of Sayha Doeum.

The 32 year old was gunned down in front of his residence at 21014 131st St. SE as he was leaving for work May 30, 2013 at approximately 4:40am.

Doeum lived there with his wife and his sister, but they have since moved.

Detectives say his wife was in their bedroom with the window open that overlooks the driveway. She said she heard sounds of somebody struggling in the driveway, when she looked outside she saw her husband struggling with a male in the driveway. At one point during the struggle she told detectives a second male appeared.  At that point she screamed and turned away from the window, as she turned away from the window she heard three gunshots, ran downstairs, exited the house and found her husband lying in the middle of the road where he eventually died.

Nothing else was seen.

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