Khadra Muse, Seaeed Abdulla and Bernice Solomon-Reed were killed in a workplace shooting by Ahmed Dirir, who owns A K Home Health Care in the Cherokee Place Business Incubator at 2715 Cherokee Street in St. Louis, Thursday afternoon.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports Ahmed Dirir and Khadra Muse are listed in public records as owners. Police sources and relatives told the newspaper Abdulla was married to Dirir’s step-daughter and that Muse and Abdulla were also related by marriage.
The motive for the triple murder-suicide was not disclosed, the Post-Dispatch reports Ahmed Dirir was “still reeling from a difficult divorce from his first wife and was stressed over financial problems.”
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