SALEM Police are looking for two suspects in a deadly hit-and-run that happened outside a Salem restaurant Thursday evening.

At around 11 p.m., 37-year-old Tom Cheung and his 68-year-old mother, Kow Lan Cheung-Lin, were hit by a red 2007 Ford Focus during a fight at the Lucky Fortune Restaurant on Lancaster Drive Northeast, said Lt. Steve Birr with Salem police.

Kow Cheung was taken to the hospital where she died from her injuries, Birr said.

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The Ford Focus was located at 39th Avenue Northeast and Anita Drive Northeast but no one was inside.

Investigators determined the 26-year-old driver, Brandon Paine-Smith of Salem (pictured left), and the 20-year-old passenger, Kayla Holden (pictured right), were the suspects inside the vehicle during the deadly hit-and-run.

Paine-Smith has a felony warrant for parole violation, and Holden has a felony warrant for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Paine-Smith is described as a white man with a brown crew cut and blue eyes. He is 6-feet-tall and weighs 200 lbs.

Holden is described as a white woman, 5-foot-4, with brown shoulder-length hair and hazel eyes. She weighs approximately 155 lbs.

Anyone with information about the suspects was asked to call 911.

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