Photo released in murder of BK cafe owner

BROOKLYN - Police have released a surveillance photo of two men who allegedly used credit cards belonging to a murdered Brooklyn café owner.

According to authorities, the men used Josh Rubin's cards just 12 hours after his body was found in Pennsylvania Nov. 1. They say several purchases were made at Woodbury Commons in Central Valley, N.Y.

Rubin was reported missing in Brooklyn just a day before his badly burned body was discovered, but it took weeks to identify the 30-year-old.

Police are urging anyone with information on the two men to call the LeHigh County District Attorney's Office at 610-437-5252.

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