Cash App: Suspect in the Murder of Founder Bob Lee Identified

Vignesh Karunanidhi
Cash App: Suspect in the Murder of Founder Bob Lee Identified
Source: CNBC

Bob Lee, the former chief technology officer of Square and the founder of Cash App, passed away after a stabbing incident in San Francisco.

His death was confirmed on Tuesday, April 4. It was confirmed following a police response to the incident at approximately 2:35 am local time. According to reports, a 43-year-old man was found with apparent stab wounds.

Now, according to the latest reports, San Francisco Supervisor Aaron Peskin has stated that an arrest has been made in Cash App founder Bob Lee’s murder.

Nima Momeni identified as Bob Lee’s murderer

Details from the San Francisco Police Department have revealed the suspect’s name to be Nima Momeni. According to his LinkedIn profile, Mr. Momeni lives in Emeryville, in the Bay Area.

Mr.Momeni is the owner of Expand IT. Expand IT describes itself as a “one-stop technology and security provider” for enterprise software companies. Mr. Momeni said on his profile that he had worked as a “dedicated technology partner” supporting clients in healthcare, finance, and startups at several tech firms in the Bay Area and San Jose since 2005.

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According to jail records, at 9:19 a.m. on Thursday, the 38-year-old Momeni was booked on suspicion of murder.