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One of four Muslim men killed in possibly related Albuquerque killing remembered as 'excellent civil servant'

(CNN)A 27-year-old Muslim man who was killed last week in Albuquerque, New Mexico, said, "He works He promised to "improve conditions and inclusiveness for disadvantaged minorities," according to the mayor.

Police say Muhammad's Afzal Hussein's death on August 1 may be linked to his murder of three other Muslim men. thinking about. The latest killing Albuquerque police were alerted to on Friday nightis that officials believe there is a link between Hussein's murder and his 41-year-old Aftab Hussein, who is from the same background as Hussein. It occurred the day after it was determined that there was. Pakistan.

Investigators are also seeking to determine whether the November killing of Mohammad Ahmadi, a Muslim man from Afghanistan, outside the business he and his brother ran. are working on

Hussein was working on a planning team for the city of Espanola, New Mexico, when he was killed, saying he was "deeply saddened" to learn of the man, according to a news release from the mayor. death.

"Muhammad was quiet, kind and quick to laugh," Mayor John Ramon Vigil said in a news release last Wednesday. “He was well-respected and well-liked by his colleagues and members of the community.”

After a year in the office, Hussein was admitted to Pakistan's Punjab University, according to the mayor's announcement. I studied Law and Human Resources Management, and later completed my Master's and Bachelor's degrees in Community Studies. Regional Planning at the University of New Mexico.

"Our city officials have lost a member of their family," the mayor's statement said, adding, "We all have excellent civil servants who wanted to serve and improve their communities.

The University of New Mexico community was similarly "heartbroken" by Hussein's death, President Garnett S. Stokes said in a statement, calling Hussein "to so many people." He is an inspirational leader and a really special Robo.”

"It was a pleasure to know and work with him," Stokes said.

Jesse Alleman, acting dean of graduate studies at the university, called Hussein "an excellent and respected student leader." he graduated

Victims were "ambushed without warning," police say.

New Mexico Gov. I am very angry and totally unbearable."

"We will continue to do all we can to support the Muslim community of Albuquerque and New Mexico during this difficult time," she tweeted. 39} "You are a New Mexican, you are welcome here and we stand by you."
According to a news release from the Albuquerque Police Department,the FBI is investigating In support of theAlbuquerque Police Department, an online portal where residents can upload videos and images may help authorities investigate recent killings. The local Crime Prevention Commissionvoted to increase the bounty for information leading to an arrest from$15,000 to $20,000.
"These shootings are disturbing," Albuquerque Police Chief Harold Medina said at a press conference on Saturday.Shortly after a fourth victim was discovered

A police news release said the victim was killed in a shooting on Truman Street and Grand Avenue late Friday night. was found to exist. Police said the victim, believed to be in his mid-20s, was a Muslim man from South Asia. His identity has not been definitively confirmed, the release added.

Hussein, Hussein and Ahmadi were all "ambushed, shot and killed without warning," Kyle Hartsock, deputy commander of the police's Criminal Investigation Division, previously said. 56}

“Our top priority is to keep our communities safe, and we ask the Muslim community in particular to be vigilant and watch out for each other. Please tell me," the police chief said on Saturday. "Evil cannot prevail."

The Council on American Islamic Relations also offers a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible.

"We urge local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to continue to work on this crisis," the organization said in a statement. Thank you for being in and call on the Biden administration to ensure that the authorities have all the resources they need to protect Albuquerque's Muslim community and stop them from giving innocent lives. We must take responsibility for these horrific crimes before we take them away," CAIR National Deputy Director Edward Ahmed Mitchell said in a statement.