See Fox News Video above with Megyn Kelly. DALLAS -- A man suspected in the brutal New Year's Day murders of his two teenage daughters is the newest member of the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list, the agency announced today, December 4th, 2014.
Yaser Said was the last person seen with the girls before their deaths (he shot them). His whereabouts are unknown and the FBI considers him armed and dangerous. There is a reward of up to $100,000 for information leading to Said's arrest.
See Inside Edition video above. DALLAS (AP) - A Dallas-area taxi driver accused in the 2008 shooting death of his two teenage daughters has been named as one of the FBI's 10 most-wanted fugitives. Federal and local authorities said Thursday that 57-year-old Yaser Abdel Said (sy-EED') is wanted for capital murder.
See FBI Video above, a reward for information leading to his arrest has been increased from $20,000 to $100,000. The bodies of the daughters, 18-year-old Amina and 17-year-old Sarah, were found on New Year's Day 2008 in a cab at an Irving hotel. Investigators say they went with their father under the pretense of getting something to eat.
FBI New York City Field Office To Assist Dallas FBI In Searching For Honor Killer Yaser Said Offers $100,000 Reward. SARASOTA, Fla. — NY Post: The Egyptian-born cab driver suspected in the 2008 “honor killing” of his two daughters in Texas may be working at his old trade in New York, according to a private investigator who has tracked him. Yaser Said fled his Dallas-area home after allegedly shooting daughters Amina, 18, and Sarah Said, 17, on New Year’s Day in 2008 and is now on the FBI’s list of most-wanted fugitives.
Although he took his Egyptian passport and $9,000 when he bolted, Bill Warner, a private detective who has worked for Said’s sister-in-law, believes he never made it out of the country. With family ties to New York and a large community of his countrymen to blend into, Warner believes the odds are good the suspected killer is behind the wheel of a car for hire in the Big Apple. “It’s all he knows and I wouldn’t be surprised one bit if he’s there working as a taxi driver,” PI Bill Warner said, who has worked on and off tracking Said, told FOXNews.com. “He could blend in at a metropolis like New York.”
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