The FBI thinks Yaser Said might have altered his appearance to avoid detection. He may or may not wear a mustache or shave his head, they said.“Said was born in Egypt and may seek shelter in communities with Egyptian ties,” the FBI said. “He frequents diners including Denny’s and IHOP, and smokes Marlboro Lights 100’s cigarettes. He may work as a taxi driver in New York City.”
CBS 19 NEWS DALLAS...The FBI has announced a $20,000 reward for information leading to the capture of Yaser Abdel Said, accused of slaying his two teenage daughters in 2008 in Irving. "He is believed to have ties to the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, the New York City area, Canada and Egypt," Katherine Gilkinson Chaumont, FBI Public Affairs for the Dallas region, said. The FBI contends Said took his daughters Amina and Sarah for a ride in his taxi cab, under the guise of taking them to get something to eat on Jan. 1, 2008. He drove them to Irving, Texas, where he allegedly shot both girls to death inside the taxi cab. Chaumont said the girls died of multiple gunshot wounds. In January 2008, based on an investigation by the Irving Police Department, a capital murder-multiple warrant was issued for Said's arrest.Yaser Said, who uses multiple aliases and is believed to be either 52 or 56 years old, is known to wear a thick mustache and dark sunglasses, including while indoors. He also prefers Denny’s and IHOP restaurants and is known to carry a weapon with him at all times, according to Said’s FBI wanted poster. Said, of Sinai, Egypt, has passports from the United States and his country of birth. He also has ties to New York and Texas. FBI officials in Dallas and New York told FoxNews.com that the hunt for Yaser Said is ongoing, declining further comment.
Nearly six years after an Egyptian-born man allegedly gunned down his two teenage daughters in Texas, the manhunt for Yaser Abdel Said continues. FBI officials say Said took his daughters Amina, 18, and Sarah, 17, for a ride in his taxi cab under the guise of taking them to get something to eat on Jan. 1, 2008. He instead took his daughters to a remote area in Irving, Texas, where he allegedly shot them multiple times. And although Said later fled his Dallas-area home with his Egyptian passport and $9,000, Bill Warner a private detective who has worked with the fugitive’s sister-in-law told FoxNews.com he believes Said never made it out of the United States — and could even be behind the wheel of a yellow cab or livery car in New York City. Yaser Said had no secondary education and few skills.
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