Police hope 911 call will lead to perps 

Hoping the suspect’s voice will jog the public’s memory and produce a lead, police have released the partial transcript of a 911 call made during Wednesday’s home-invasion robbery and murder in the Sunset district.

According to police, a man — dubbed victim No. 9 — had approached the house in the 2400 block of Moraga Street when he was alerted that there was something going on inside. He walked back to the sidewalk and called 911, telling police the location. That part of the call was not released.

Shortly after, one of the suspects walked out to the sidewalk, grabbed the man and walked him inside.

On the released part of the call — available at sf-police.org — the suspect can be heard approaching victim No. 9.

“OK. Go in the house and don’t move. Don’t move. Be calm. Shut the f--- up,” the suspect said.

The victim then hangs up.

On Friday, police released a video that shows two people approaching the house as two others are arriving. According to police, a suspect shot 44-year-old Ben Luo in the face and tied up eight others.

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