According to Miami Springs Police, two armed black men violently attacked and robbed a man walking on Ludlam.  According to Police, the two black men approached the male victim from behind.  Suspect #1, hit the male victim in the head with a gun.  The guns and violence were used just to steal the victim’s cell phone.

According to Miami Springs Police, the two suspects fled in a dark 4 door sedan.  The sedan was driven by a 3rd subject.  No further. information was available on the getaway vehicle.

The incident occurred at around 1pm at the 10 block of Ludlam.  According to an anonymous source, the victim is a manager at Douglas Orr Plumbing who enjoys taking a walk on Ludlam during his lunch break.

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If you have any information on the suspects or any suspicious vehicle driving around Ludlam during the middle of the day today, please contact the Miami Springs Police Department at 305.888.9711.  Furthermore, if you have any surveillance video that might have caught the suspects or their vehicle, please share it with the Miami Springs Police Department.



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  1. So much for the quality of life in Miami Springs.
    Beware of the Marxists running for office that had BLM banners on their web pages.

  2. Miami Springs is too nice a place to let this kind of thing occur. Sadly, people need to be very vigilant where
    personal safety is concerned. Without trying to seem the bigot, you need only look at national crime statistics from the left, right and middle to see that a vast percentage of crime is committed by roughly 13 to 15 percent of the population. Mr. Estevez had it right about Marxist ideas behind BLM, but not just there. It is in the highest levels of government. Beware and be alert to what is going down right now. We have to protect one another to protect our republic. Many Miami Springs residents have relatives who came to America across the Florida Straits in little more than plywood floaters. I know since I was a Miami Springs resident from 1950 to 1973. God bless all of you, and keep an eagle-eye on Washington.-Bill Moore


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