On Wednesday the FBI released its latest list of "Ten Most Wanted Fugitives," and there are now two people with ties to North Texas on the list.
Brenda Delgado, 33, is accused of orchestrating a murder-for-hire plot that left a Dallas dentist dead last year.
Meanwhile, Yaser Abdel Said is still wanted for the 2008 murders of his two daughters, 18-year-old Amina and 17-year-old Sarah. Both were shot to death in Said's taxi cab in Irving.
"He's a very dangerous person," said the sisters' great aunt, Gail Gartrell. "If a man can kill his daughters and walk away..."
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Gartrell has made it her mission to find Said.
"He's hiding in plain sight, I think," Gartrell said, holding up his photo from eight years ago. "I want everybody to know that it's important to me that they remember what he looks like."
Gartrell said being outspoken has come at a price.
"Oh, I have death threats! They've issued a Fatwa for my life," she said. "Afraid? No. Angry? You betcha!"
The sisters were shot multiple times in their father's taxi cab. Gartrell said it was the ultimate punishment for dating outside their Muslim faith. She said the elder sister seemed to know her fate.
"She wrote on her MySpace page, 'I don't want to be but a memory,'" Gartrell said, wiping away a tear.
"I don't want that for her," she added.
The FBI lists up to a $100,000 reward for information leading directly to the arrest of Yaser Abdel Said. He is considered armed and dangerous.