Today, Thursday, the US authorities announced the arrest of Egyptian citizen Yasser Abdel Fattah Saeed, who is wanted on the FBI’s “FBI” list of the 10 most wanted fugitives
Said’s name was included on the list in December 2014, due to the killing of his two daughters, Amina and Sara, in 2008.
According to a statement issued by the FBI in Dallas, the authorities managed to arrest Saeed, who is accused of killing his two teenage daughters, Amina and Sarah, as he was detained in Justin, Texas, and placed in federal custody, in preparation for his transfer to Dallas County soon.
“The arrest of Saeed brings us one step closer to achieving justice for Amina and Sarah,” said Matthew Desarno, an FBI agent in Dallas, thanking law enforcement officers of the Irving Police Department for working with the FBI to arrest this dangerous person.
“After 12 years of frustration and deadlocks, we have never stopped chasing the killer,” Irving Police Chief Jeff Spivey said, adding that “Yasser’s arrest brings us closer to ensuring justice for the two girls.”
Yasser Abdel Fattah, Defendant No. 504, is on the FBI’s list of the 10 most wanted fugitives, which was created in March 1950.