SAN FRANCISCO—A 37-year-old UCSF dental student from Indian was found dead in her Albany apartment after sustaining a single gunshot wound.
The shooting of Randhir Kaur is currently being investigated as a homicide , and is the first recorded homicide case in Albany in over 10 years.
After Kaur failed to show-up to several dentist appointments, relatives called police to her apartment, located at 1068 Kains Avenue. Authorities arrived shortly after the call, received at 4 p.m. on March 9, discovering the 37-year-old unconscious on the floor of her apartment.
Medics also responded to the apartment, where they pronounced Kaur dead at the scene.
Kaur was studying at University of California-San Francisco to become a dental surgeon. She was slated to graduate in the Spring 2016. Following her death, the university released the following statement:
“We are saddened at the tragic loss of Randhir Kaur. She was a treasured member of the UCSF School of Dentistry community. Our hearts go out to her family and friends at this very difficult time. … We will miss her deeply.”
Albany detectives are currently pursuing leads in identifying Kaur’s killer. No details on a suspect or motive for the murder has been made public.