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Family members of a Hercules woman found murdered in her home Friday night have established a web site seeking help from the public in locating her killers and mourning the mother and grandmother they loved. The web site, welovesusieko.com, urges members of the public to contact police immediately if they spot the sky blue 2011 Subaru Outback that belonged to Susie Ko. Several possible sightings have been reported, in locations including Bakersfield and Davis Creek, Calif., according to the site. Ko, 55, was found unconscious in her home on Ash Court around 10:45 p.m. Friday night, and declared dead at the scene, according to police.
Neighbors, who made the call to police, found her after her husband called them from Oakland International Airport. Ko was supposed to pick him up from the airport, but never arrived, police said. Ko’s vehicle, which has an Idaho license plate of 1A1F680, remains missing On the web site, family members say that Ko and her husband were supposed to arrive in London today to visit their daughter and only grandchild. The principal of Hilltop Chinese School and an elementary school teacher at St. Patrick’s School Rodeo, Ko is survived by her husband and four children. A candlelight vigil is planned for Monday at 8:30 a.m. on Ash Court, according to the web site.
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