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'Several Leads' in Century City Slaying

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No suspects have been arrested in the Monday night slaying of Pamela Fayed in a Century City parking garage. Police only say they have "several leads" for a suspect only described as a "slender man in his 20s wearing a black, hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans, fled in a red sport utility vehicle," according to the Daily News. Fayed, along with her estranged husband ran an internet gold trading website from Ventura County.