CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago police have released new surveillance images of a car that may be connected to the murder of Lake In the Hills chef Peter Rim.

Area North Detectives want to locate a Nissan Rogue with tinted windows and an unknown Illinois license plate in connection with the Oct. 25 shooting.

Peter Rim, owner of Bistro Wasabi and El Cochino restaurants, was shot and killed in Chicago on Oct. 25, 2018. (Credit: Facebook/Bistro Wasabi)

According to police, the vehicle pulled up alongside the passenger side of a vehicle Rim was riding in with friends Thursday morning in the the 4100 block of West Diversey when someone started shooting.

Authorities said the Nissan Rogue fled westbound on Diversey Avenue and then southbound on Kostner Avenue.

(Credit: Chicago Police)

No one is in custody.

Rim, who owned Bistro Wasabi and El Cochino, was planning to host a Day of the Dead celebration on Nov. 1.

His colleague, Jeffrey Dunham, said his friends and work family planned to continue with the celebration in his honor.

“At the end of the day we want justice brought to the situation,” Dunham said.


(Credit: CPD)

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