Police identify Grand Island homicide victim
GRAND ISLAND, NE — Police continue to investigate a murder from Tuesday morning in Grand Island.
Authorities announced on Thursday that 30-year-old Said Abdullahi Farah of Grand Island was the victim. Officials completed an autopsy on Wednesday and awaiting the results. Police don’t think that any possible suspects are randomly targeting victims.
According to our news partners at KSNB Local4, police responded to a call at an apartment complex in the 300 block of South Pine Street around 6:00 AM on Tuesday. Abdullahi Farah had suffered an apparent puncture wound and was dead by the time first responders arrived.
Police are asking for the public’s help in solving the case. They request that anyone with information on this incident contact the Grand Island Police Department at 308-385-5400 or Hall County / Grand Island Crime Stoppers at 308-381-8822.