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Needed Canadian man nonetheless on the run in NW Montana

KALISPELL – The Flathead County Sheriff’s Office reports that they are still looking for Nassem Ali Saleh Mohammed, who illegally crossed the US-Canada border on the weekend of January 23rd.

Brian Heino, Sheriff of Flathead, said Mohammed had been taken into the custody of the Border Patrol in Whitefish because the patrolmen scanned Mohammed’s fingerprints and found no previous criminal convictions or previous U.S. immigration violations.

Sheriff Heino said agents released Mohammed before agents received news that he had previously received arrest warrants from Saskatoon for murder. Sheriff Heino said it has been a few days since the authorities received any advice, but be careful if you see Mohammed.

Canadian news agency TheProvince.com said: “Mohammed, a member of the Brothers Keepers gang, has been escalating tensions in the lower mainland gang conflict for weeks by posting violent rap songs and live videos on Instagram campaigning for murder and hits against rivals like Red Scorpion Gary Kang, who started a group called BIBO – or Blood In, Blood Out. “

Mohammed is 22 years old, 5’5 “tall and medium height. He was last seen in a camouflage jacket, black pants and high-cut” crap “boots. Mohammed was one of five people suspected of illegally crossing the border in Montana Proximity to Eureka resulting in a high-speed chase and the arrest of three people.

Anyone who has seen Mohammed or knows his whereabouts is asked to call 911 or the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office at (406) 752-8477.

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