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Hyattsville man arrested for fatal stabbing

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Posted on: December 15, 2022

The Prince George’s County Police have arrested 65-year-old Rasheed Anwar and charged him with the murder of 19-year-old Therry Buhdeng of Bladensburg. (All homicides are investigated by county police rather than the city police.)

Buhdeng was stabbed during the morning of Nov. 16, in the 4600 block of Baltimore Avenue, and died about two weeks later in the hospital. According to a blog post by the county police, Anwar and Buhdeng did not appear to have known each other, and the motive for the stabbing remains unclear; the police department continues to investigate.

Anwar, who has an address in Ward 1, is charged with three felonies: first- and second-degree murder and first-degree assault, as well as two misdemeanors. As of press time, he is being held without bond.

To report information relevant to this investigation, call detectives at 301.516.2512 or report anonymously to Crime Solvers at 1.866.411.TIPS, online at, or via the P3 Tips mobile app. Refer to case number 22-0058591.



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