Authorities are offering $130,000 in exchange for information leading to the arrest and guilty verdict of those liable for a mass shooting in Miami over the weekend that killed at least two people and wounded over 20 others.
Authorities released new security video on Monday that shows three people, all of whom appear to be armed, exiting a white SUV and walking out of the video frame. Shortly after, the people could be seen sprinting back to the automobile before speeding away.
Law enforcement officials said Monday that the SUV had been discovered immersed in water in a canal in Golden Glades and had been retrieved. On May 15, the Nissan Pathfinder was reported stolen.
Law enforcement agencies are offering a $30,000 reward for information leading to the shooters’ arrests, with an extra $100,000 if they are convicted. Marcus Lemonis, a businessman and CNBC tv program personality, donated $100,000.