Surveillance video caught the horrific moment a man executed his wife and another man at a California restaurant earlier this month.
The video shows Jing Yixin, 38, pulling out a gun from a brown paper bag before he fired multiple shots at the man, Zhaiming Li, 37, as the man sat at a table at Music BBQ Bar in Monterey Park.
The shooter's wife, Ling Ling Wang, 36, then got up from the table where she had been sitting with Li and pushed her husband away.
Yixin subsequently repeatedly fired at Wang, the mother of his 9 and 12-year-old daughters before she fell to the floor.
Yixin then reloaded the weapon and fired several shots at Li and later shot Wang before escaping.
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Jing Yixin pulls out a gun from a paper bag before he murdered his wife Ling Ling Wang and a man identified as Zhaiming Li at Music BBQ Bar in Monterey Park, California, on April 5. Yixin was apprehended the following day near the Mexico border. Bail has been set a $2 million for Yixin, who was scheduled to be arraigned in court Monday
Still image from a surveillance video shows Jing Yixin (pictured) aiming his gun and firing at Zhaiming Li, a man who was sitting at a restaurant table with his wife Ling Ling Wang
Yixin and Wang were parents to two daughters, ages 9 and 12.
According to court documents, the case involves a 'suspected child abuse report.'
It's not clear what the suspected report contains and more details weren't immediately available.
A witness also recorded the horrifying scene on his cell phone.
'I heard about six shots and then there was gap,' the witness told KTLA. 'Then I heard another six to eight shots sand then that's when the chefs started walking out, started running.'
Zhaiming Li, one of two customers gunned down April 9 at a Los Angeles-area restaurant
Ling Ling Wang (right) confronts her husband Jing Yixin (left) after he executed Zhaiming Li. Yixin would later shoot and kill Wang before he fled. The couple were parents to two daughters, aged 9 and 12.
Authorities have not provided an official motive for the killings, which took place April 5.
Yixin fled towards the United States-Mexico border, where the police apprehended him April 6 with help of U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the FBI.
He was taken back to the Monterey Park Police Department.
Yixin, who is being held at the Los Angeles Inmate Reception Center, was scheduled to be arraigned Monday.
A judge set Yixin's bail at $2 million.