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One of four Muslims men killed in potentially related murders in Albuquerque, which are remembered as “brilliant public servant

The police think death of Muhammad Afzaal Hussein on August 1 may be associated with murders of three other Muslims men. The most recent killing, which Albuquerque police were alerted to on Friday night, took place the day after authorities established a link between the killings. of Hussein and 41-year- old Aftab Hussein, who, like Hussein was from Pakistan.

Detectives find out if there was a November killing of Mohammad Ahmadi, a Muslim from Afghanistan, was killed. outside a business he ran with his brother also Related.

At the time of the assassination, Hussein was working on planning team for in city of Hispaniola, New Mexico, according to news exemption from the mayor, who said he was “deeply saddened” to learn of male death.

“Mohammed was quiet and kind and also had a quick laugh,” Mayor John Ramon Vigil said. in a news release last Wednesday. “He was respected and loved by colleagues and participants. of in community.”

Hussein, who worked for in office for a year studied law and human resource management at the university of Punjab in Pakistan, the mayor said, before pursuing a master’s and bachelor’s degree. in community and regional planning from the University of New Mexico.

“Our city headquarters has lost a member of our family”, the mayor said in a statement, “and we have all lost a brilliant public servant who wanted serve and improve it community.”

University of New Mexico community also “broken hearted” over Hussein deathsaid President Garnett S. Stokes. in a statement calling Hussain “an inspiring leader and a truly special Lobo who touched so many lives.”

“It was my privilege know as well as work with him,” Stokes said.

Jesse Aleman, Acting Dean of graduate school, called Hussein “brilliant, respected student leader” who “continued to expand his compassionate leadership skills and educational expertise at the local and state levels” after graduation.

The victims were ambushed with No warningsay the police

Attacks have drawn condemnation from political leaders, including President Joe Biden, who said he was “outraged and saddened” by the attacks.

“While we wait full investigation, my prayers with families of the victims, and my administration firmly with Muslim community”Biden wrote. on Twitter.

Vice President Kamala Harris and New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham expressed similar sentiments. support for Muslim New Mexico community, with the latter describes the attacks as “deeply angering and downright unbearable”.

“We will continue to do our best to support … muslim community of Albuquerque and New Mexico at this difficult time.” said the governor on Twitter. “You are new Mexicans, you are welcome here, and we stand with you.”
FBI helps with investigation, according to news release from the Albuquerque Police Departmentwho created en online portal where residents can upload videos and images that can help authorities investigating recent murders. Local Crime Council voted to increase reward for information what helps lead to arrest from 15,000 to 20,000 dollars.
“These shootings are alarming,” Albuquerque Police Chief Harold Medina said. in a news saturday conference, soon after the discovery of the fourth victim.

Albuquerque police responded just Friday midnight until reports of shooting in in area of Truman Street and Grand Avenue, and found victim deadaccording to the police department news release. Victim, Muslim, presumably in According to police, he was in his 20s and was from South Asia. His identity has not been reliably confirmed, the release added.

Hussein, Hussein and Ahmadis were “ambushed”. with no warning fired on and killed”, Kyle Hartsock, second in command of Earlier it was reported that the Criminal Investigation Department of the Central Internal Affairs Directorate.

One of four Muslims men killed in potentially related murders in Albuquerque, which are remembered as “brilliant public servant

“Our top priority is to keep community safe and we ask muslim community especially to be vigilant out for one another. If you see something, say something,” the police chief said on Saturday. “Evil will not win.”

Advice on American-Islamic relations also offers $10,000 reward for information leading to arrest and condemnation of those responsible, organization announced by calling series of murders by “terrible, hateful shooting.”

“We thank local, state and federal law enforcement for their ongoing work on this crisis and we call Biden administration ensure that the authorities are all of resources needed to protect Albuquerque Muslims community and stop those responsible for these heinous crimes before they declare more innocent lives,” said CAIR Deputy National Director Edward Ahmed Mitchell. in statement.

Raja Razek of CNN and Kristina Maksouris contributed to this report.

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