DALLAS (AP) - A $20,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest of a Dallas-area taxi driver charged in the 2008 killing of his two teenage daughters.
The FBI in Dallas on Thursday announced the reward for Yaser Abdel Said of Lewisville. Said was born in Egypt. The FBI says he's believed to also have ties to the New York City area and Canada.
Said faces capital murder charges in the shooting deaths of his daughters - 18-year-old Amina and 17-year-old Sarah. Investigators say the victims went with their father under the pretense of getting something to eat. Their bodies were found on New Year's Day 2008 in a cab at a hotel in Irving.
No suspected motive was released. Police have said the family had previous domestic problems.
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