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Nestor Torres, Blanca Torres, Clifton Thomas, And Jasmine Ward Arrested For Allegedly Committing Home Invasion Robbery and Murdering Hunh Huynh

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Police arrested four people in the past week in connection with a murder in San Francisco’s Portola District from last November, police said today.

Hunh Huynh, 49, was found dead on Nov. 5 in his home in the first block of Yale Street after what police determined was a fatal home invasion robbery.

Last Wednesday in Oakland, police arrested Oakland residents Nestor Torres, 25, and Blanca Torres, 21, on suspicion of Huynh’s murder.

Two others suspects were arrested on Friday in San Francisco.

Clifton Thomas, 24, of San Francisco was arrested while walking in the city’s Visitation Valley neighborhood and Jasmine Ward, 34, also of San Francisco, was arrested later that night in the area, police said.

All four were arrested on suspicion of homicide, burglary and robbery and are being held on no bail, Chief Deputy Sheriff Kathy Gorwood said.

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