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2 a.m. – Thuy Tien Truong finished work.
3:45 a.m. – Ha Troung (Ms. Thuy’s sister’s) was texting someone.
3:45 - 8 a.m. – The seven victims in the North-end home were likely murdered by Phu Lam, within a short amount of time, according to police. It is unclear if all the victims were in the house, at 18024 83rd Street NW, when the murders began.
8:00 a.m. – Ms. Thuy and her mother, Thi Dau Le, failed to show up for their overtime their place of employment
8:30 p.m. – Ms. Ha’s estranged husband knocks at the door of the North-end house and gets no answer. He noted that a black utility vehicle was parked there.
9:45 a.m. – According to a witness a black SUV was at the North-end address but left soon afterwards.
10 a.m. – Mr. Phu dropped off two children, a 1-year old (daughter of Mr. Phu and Ms. Thuy) and 8-month-old (son of Ms. Ha) at a relative's house in north Edmonton.
10 a.m. - early afternoon – Mr. Phu's activities are unknown.
Early afternoon – Mr. Phu visits a residence in Southwest Edmonton where relatives reside, according to investigators. The address is 12-minute drive to Cyndi Duong’s house.
6:50 p.m. – Ms. Duong is shot and killed at her residence, 1608 Haswell Court. Police believe she was an innocent victim, though the Duong family and the Phu family had a relationship. Police were called and became initially involved.
8:30 a.m. — Mr. Phu, 53, dies from a self-inflicted gunshot wound after standoff with police at the VN Express restaurant in Fort Saskatchewan. Mr. Phu did maintenance work at the restaurant.