Yaser Abdel Said Wanted for Alleged Murder of His Two Daughters Amina and Sarah in Irving, Texas
UPDATE: Yaser Abdel Said, a capital murder suspect wanted in connection with the homicide of his two teenage daughters, Amina and Sarah, was taken into custody without incident today in Justin, Texas, by the FBI’s Dallas Field Office. Said was placed on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list on December 4, 2014. Said is currently in federal custody and will soon be transferred to Dallas County.
The Irving Police Department in Texas and the FBI are currently seeking Yaser Abdel Said on warrants charging him with Murder.
The FBI reports that on New Year’s Day 2008, 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. He instead took his daughters to a remote area in Irving, Texas, where he allegedly shot them multiple times. Said later fled his Dallas-area home with his Egyptian passport and $9,000.
At 7:33 pm Central Time, a call came into the Irving Police Department’s 911 call center. The call was from Sarah Said. She had been shot 9 times and told the operator “My Dad shot me and my sister, I’m dying!” Their mother, Patricia Said, claims both girls were killed for having non-Muslim boyfriends. Death threats had been made by Yaser against the girls. They ran away and were safe, but their mother brought them back.
He uses multiple aliases and 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.
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