Reward grows in death of Uber driver
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $15,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the murder of Dhulfiqar Kareem Mseer, an Uber driver who was shot and killed last Dec. 11 while working in the vicinity of Northeast Stafford and 11th Avenue.
Dhulfiqar Kareem Mseer was killed last Dec. 11, 2020. Police said he was shot by multiple people while working as an Uber driver in the vicinity of Northeast Stafford and 11th Avenue
The reward is in addition to the previously offered reward of up to $2,500 from Crime Stoppers of Oregon.
Mseer, 23, was shot around midnight by multiple people who fired approximately 70 rounds, police said. He died several days later. The shooters got into two cars before leaving the area.
One of the cars is believed to be a VW Eos. Shell casings recovered at the scene have been matched to casings found at other gang-involved shootings in the area.
“People in our community should be able to live their lives free of the fear of bullets and bloodshed. Mr. Mseer’s family should be able to go forward knowing that his shooters won’t go on to harm others. If you have information in this case, now is the time to be brave and come forward,” said Kieran L. Ramsey, special agent in charge of the FBI in Oregon.
Mseer’s family also called for justice.
"We lost a brother, a son, a bread winner, a husband, and the world lost a good and decent man who always put the needs of others first. Dhulfiqar was killed while working - something he did often to support the family and save up for his upcoming wedding. He came to America seeking the American dream, a better life for him and his family,” said a statement from the family.
If anyone has information, witnessed any part of what happened, or has video of anything that happened prior to, during, or after the shootings, they are asked to contact PPB by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or to contact the FBI at 1 (800) CALL-FBI or at tips.fbi.gov.