Murders of Evanston brothers unsolved; family wants answers
Family members want to know why their murders remain unsolved.
On July 30, Azim and Mobeen Hakeem were found shot to death in the basement of Evanston Pipe and Tobacco.
They were shot multiple times, and their wallets were taken.
But more than two months later, the case remains unsolved.
According to the Tribune, family members want answers.
Evanston police say, “the have two detectives and a sergeant dedicated to the case.. And they”re going through a lot of evidence at this time.”