Albuquerque police say the murders of four Muslim men may have been motivated by an "interpersonal conflict." Police have confirmed that 51-year-old Muhammad Syed has been arrested and is being charged with two of four homicides.
Officers say detectives will continue to work with the District Attorney's Office on potential charges for the other two, one of which happened last November. As for what pointed police in Syed's direction - a tip from the public after a picture of his vehicle was released.
"We tracked down the vehicle believed to be involved in a recent murder of a Muslim man in Albuquerque," Police Chief Harold Medina said in a statement. "The driver was detained and he is our primary suspect for the murders."
Source: CBS News