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Aug. 9, 2022 Community Hall Newsletter

Read Mayor Tim Mayor Keller's monthly newsletter.

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Good Morning Albuquerque Friends & Neighbors,

I wanted to reach out to you all directly during this moment of grief and fear to share important information on how to provide tips to law enforcement and support our Muslim brothers and sisters throughout Albuquerque. Your overwhelming response to these tragedies and inquiries on how to help members of the community who have been directly impacted has been a source of comfort and hope. Thank you to all who have stepped up to help—in ways big and small—this past week. It has been an important reminder of who we truly are; One Albuquerque.

How to Report Information to Law Enforcement
APD released information about a vehicle that may be involved in this incident. Anyone with information is urged to provide tips, which will remain anonymous and confidential. You can contact Crime Stoppers at 505-843-STOP or the FBI at 1-800-CALLFBI. There is a $20,000 reward from Crime Stoppers and a $10,000 reward from Council on American-Islamic Relations for information that leads to an arrest. You can also report tips in person to the Mobile Crime Unit at Loma Linda Community Center, located at 1700 Yale Blvd SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106. There is a public portal designated to submit video and photographic evidence related to this case. We have a webpage that is dedicated solely to the investigation for more information and updates. Let’s all give law enforcement the support they need to apprehend the perpetrator or perpetrators quickly.

How to Support the Muslim Community
We want the entire Muslim community know and feel our support for them. We are organizing food deliveries to those who do not feel safe leaving their home, providing counseling and trauma services through the Albuquerque Community Safety (ACS) Department, extending police presence at mosques for prayer time and asking APS and UNM to coordinate safety for students as they return to school. We invite those in need to call 311 or connect with our 311 team online to get connected to support.

Those who perpetrate these acts of intolerance and violence wish to sow fear and division among us, but what they failed to understand is that the opposite is true in Albuquerque. We are more resolved in standing united than ever. As we mourn the lives lost, please know how grateful I am for everyone who has shown up for one another.


Mayor Tim Keller


Aug. 7 Briefing with APD

View the Aug. 7 update from APD, Mayor Keller on the investigation into four murders of Muslim men in ABQ

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