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Man charged with killing two Muslim men in Albuquerque

Albuquerque police announced on Tuesday that a man had been detained and charged with killing two Muslim men. Four Muslim men have been killed in the city since November, and authorities believe the suspect could eventually be prosecuted for the other two murders.

Muhammad Sayed, 51, was identified as "the main suspect in the recent killing of Muslims" and killed Ahutabhussein on July 26 and Muhammad Hussein on August 1. He was charged with the crime. The detective connected the two cases using the bullet casings found in the two scenes.

They could involve Sayyid in the killings of Naeem Hussain on August 5 and Mohammed Zaher Ahmadi on November 7. I'm still investigating sex.

With the advice of the public, the authorities headed for Saeed. When they went looking for his Albuquerque home, they say he fled to Volkswagen Jetta.

They finally detained Saeed near Santa Rosa, New Mexico. Authorities also searched his home and said he had found multiple firearms, including those believed to have been used in the two murders indicted.

Sayed killed his victims. Seems to have known, police and the FBI said.

Police Chief Harold Medina first shared the news of the arrest on Twitter on Tuesday afternoon.

He "tracked a vehicle believed to be involved in the recent killing of a Muslim man in Albuquerque," Medinawrote in. "The driver has been detained and he is the main suspect in our murder."

Saturday police said a dark-colored 4-door Volkswagen with colored windows and potentially damaged. He said he was looking for (probably Jetta or Passat).

Albuquerque police help identify suspected vehicles used to murder four Muslim men SeekingAlbuquerque Police Department

Mayor Tim Keller said police believed the vehicle was used in the murder on Friday night. ..

"We learned some about what happened, we had some leads," Keller told reporters on Sunday. "We have a strong lead, a means of interest. I don't know what it's related to or who owns it."

A series of murders The incident rocked the Islamic community in Albuquerque. Police on Sunday said it was too early to know if the murder would be classified as a hate crime. 

On Saturday, the Council on American-Islamic Relations announced a $ 10,000 reward for information that could lead to arrests .