SACRAMENTO, CA - Family members believe 84-year-old Singh Singh was killed in his own home because of his generosity.
Singh's daughter, who did not want to identified because she fears retaliation from the murderer, said her father was known to the community as a kind man who helped others. The daughter said a woman she didn't know came to visit her father Sunday evening because he was always helping people in the community.
"Nice to everybody, buying things for the children, buying milk (for those that) can't afford it, giving them money to eat," the daughter explained.
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Singh's body was discovered Monday around 8:20 a.m. at his Oak Park home on the 4400 block of 6 th Avenue. The daughter said she went to walk her dog Sunday and when she returned that night, she thought her father was sleeping. When she woke up the next morning, she saw that the front door was open and then found her father's bloody body.
"Nobody should have done something like that," she said through tears
Sacramento police did not reveal how Singh was killed, but they continue to search for his killer.
His daughter wants justice for her father, whose only joy was tending to his garden and helping his neighbors.
"Anyone who seen or knows what is going on, please come forward," Singh's daughter pleaded through tears. "In God's, name please come forward."