According to the Dallas Morning News, just before Christmas, an 11-year-old girl addressed a letter on yellow notebook paper to Dallas’ top homicide cop. “Even though you’re not Santa Claus,” she wrote, “the wishes for my Christmas is that for you to find the criminals who murdered my dad.” Homicide Lt. Craig Miller released the letter Jan. 21 along with others he’s received from the family of Kee-Sun Chung, who was shot and killed Dec. 21 when two masked men tried to rob his Dallas doughnut shop. Video surveillance showed two men rushing into the store at 7:03 a.m. A masked man, wearing dark bluejeans and a leather jacket, ran in first with a chrome-colored revolver in his right hand. A second masked man came in behind him, wearing a camouflage jacket and a dark-colored hat with an unidentified red inscription. The two men were in the store for 17 seconds before they shot Chung and fled. The suspects remain at large. Schepps Dairy is offering a $10,000 reward and Miller announced that Crime Stoppers is offering an award for $20,000. Anyone with information can contact the homicide unit at (214) 671-3661 or Crime Stoppers at 214-670-TIPS.