Man killed in Chinatown alley identified

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    A homeless man who was killed in a Chinatown alleyway early Sunday morning has been identified as 49-year-old Quang Truong, according to the medical examiner’s office.

    Truong, who had no fixed address, was found dead near the yard entrance of the historic Cameron House community center on Joice Street near Clay Street at 8:33 a.m. Neighbors said he had been living in the alley for at least the last several weeks and often yelled at night.

    The murder occurred within a block of Gordon J. Lau elementary school, Chinatown Community Children’s Center and a children’s park.

    Police on Monday said the suspect or suspects were unknown and the homicide remained under investigation.

    Sunday’s killing marks the eleventh murder in The City this year.

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