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Nima Momeni arrested in connection to the killing of Cash App founder Bob Lee

Momeni is listed as living in a smart, two-bedroom condominium there, which Zillow estimates is worth around $703,000.



On Thursday, a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors reported that an individual had been apprehended in connection with the murder of Bob Lee, the founder of Cash App.

Lee, who also held a position at the cryptocurrency company MobileCoin, was killed in Rincon Hillon, a neighborhood in San Francisco, in the early hours of April 4th.

Bob Lee

The San Francisco Police Department disclosed last week that he had died from “apparent stab wounds.”

According to San Francisco Board of Supervisors member Matt Dorsey, he is appreciative of the San Francisco Police Department’s Homicide Detail as well as all the officers from SFPD Southern Station and elsewhere for their unrelenting efforts to apprehend the perpetrator responsible for Bob Lee’s murder. Mr. Dorsey also expressed his gratitude for the suspect’s arrest on Thursday.

He further stated that the apprehension of the suspect cannot reverse the tragedy of this pointless crime, and he reiterated his condolences to Mr. Lee’s family, acquaintances, and coworkers. Nonetheless, he is hopeful that this arrest will initiate a healing process and provide closure to those who were affected by this heartbreaking incident. The SFPD announced that they will reveal additional information about the homicide investigation during a press conference on Thursday afternoon.

Last week, San Francisco Mayor London Breed conveyed to FOX3 that the demise of Bob Lee signifies a “terrible tragedy.” Additionally, San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins termed the murder of Lee as “horrific” last week.