Suspect questioned in New York slaying of Muslim imam
NEW YORK (Reuters) – A suspect being questioned in the killing of a Muslim imam and his associate in New York City over the weekend was arrested on Monday on charges related to a hit-and-run traffic accident on the day of the murders, police officials said. The suspect, who police described at a briefing as an Hispanic man, was being questioned about the fatal shootings of Imam Maulama Akonjee and Thara Uddin on Saturday after they left a mosque in the Ozone Park section of Queens.
Officials declined to give the name of the suspect or to comment on a suspected motive for the killings. (Reporting by Frank McGurty; Editing by James Dalgleish)
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