Miami Police Announces a Reward for Information on 3 Suspects of a Mass Shooting

Junie Sihlangu
Jun 01, 2021
07:20 A.M.
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The Miami-Dade Police Department has released some footage of three suspects that were involved in a mass shooting. The perpetrators were responsible for injuring more than 20 people.


On Monday, May 31, 2021, the Miami-Dade Police Department took to Twitter to release surveillance footage of three suspects that shot at people in Northwest Miami-Dade. The incident occurred the day before.

The suspects sadly killed two people while leaving twenty-one others injured. Sadly, three of the injured victims were in critical condition and fighting for their lives at a local hospital.

Two police officers wearing their police gear while walking in the street | Photo: Shutterstock/Mademoiselle N


The police asked anyone with information that would lead to the perpetrator’s being arrested to contact Crime Stoppers. The reward for information was increased by $100,000 by Camping World’s CEO Marcus Lemonis.

An added $25,000 would be put aside for the reward money to help it reach a grand total of $130,000 for information given. The total includes $5,000 offered by Crime Stoppers.


The footage shared by the police showed the suspects exiting a white Nissan Pathfinder. The three suspects, who were dressed mostly in black, also wore face masks and hoodies to hide their identities.

They were seen running with guns in a direction not visible on the camera. Upon their return, they hurriedly jumped back into the waiting vehicle before the car sped off quickly.


On Monday, Miami-Dade police found the suspect's car. The perpetrators ditched it in the Biscayne Canal just off NW 154th Street and NW 2nd Avenue, around 9 miles from where the shooting happened.

The person targeted was believed to have been standing in front of the concert venue when the shooting began.

A senior law enforcement source said the vehicle was stolen before the shooting. The mass shooting occurred shortly after midnight on Sunday, just outside El Mula Banquet Hall near Hialeah.


On Monday, Daniella Levine Cava, Miami-Dade’s mayor, spoke up about the recent spate of violence. She insisted that the cycle of violence needed to be broken once and for all.

Cava said gun violence was an epidemic that was intensified by the coronavirus pandemic. She pleaded for investment in the public’s and the community’s safety, adding:

“We must get these killers off the streets, we can only do it with your help.”


The suspects opened fire at a crowd outside a concert venue in southern Florida. Major Jorge Aguiar from the Miami-Dade Homicide Bureau said the shooting started from an ongoing rivalry between two groups.

The person targeted was believed to have been standing in front of the concert venue when the mass shooting began. The concert was held at a billiards club in a town north of Miami.

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