June 9, 2015
The third suspect wanted in connection with the killing of a Biddeford man more than two years ago is in custody, according to Maine State Police.
Mohamud Mohamed turned himself in Thursday afternoon at the Cumberland County Courthouse, police said.
Mohamed, who was accompanied by his attorney, was then that to the Cumberland County Jail by state police detectives.
Mohamed was wanted on a murder charge for the shooting death of Charles Raybine in Biddeford in March of 2013.
Two other men, John Lopez and Bub Peter Nquany, were already in custody in connection with the investigation.