Restaurant Owner Murdered as Killer is Sought by Arlington Police

ARLINGTON, Texas – Arlington police have released new details about the robbery and murder of a restaurant owner that took place on Friday. The victim, a 56-year-old woman, was followed before being killed in what police believe to be a targeted attack.

The victim, Tho Tieu, was the owner of Pho Son Nam Vietnamese Restaurant in Arlington. Described as a caring and nurturing person by her family, Tieu was a beloved member of the community.

Tieu’s daughter, Jennifer, shared that her mother was a generous and compassionate woman who found her calling through cooking. The restaurant, named after her sons, served as a testament to her dedication and love for her family.

According to the police, the suspect followed Tieu to the restaurant and attempted to rob her in the parking lot. During the struggle, Tieu fell and was subsequently run over by the suspect’s car.

The family is determined to seek justice for Tieu and expressed gratitude for the overwhelming support from the community. They emphasized the importance of cherishing loved ones and the unpredictability of life.

Arlington police are currently following up on leads and appealing to the public for any information or video footage that may aid the investigation. As of now, no arrests have been made in connection to Tieu’s tragic death.