Unbelieveable! Tonight, Miami-Dade police detectives are searching for two men who posed as FBI agents last month during a home invasion robbery.
Home dwellers thought they were calling the police and ended up letting two strangers in her house that stole up to $30,000worth of jewelry and sports memorabilia during a home invasion. This story is so incomplete but I will continue to learn as much as I can.
The men got away and have yet to be captured, three weeks later, even though their pictures were on surveillance video.
Surveillance footage shows two men posing as law Enforcement. The duo knock on the homeowner’s door, who lets them in thinking they were officers. While inside they robbed the homeowner of $30,000 worth of jewelry and sports memorabilia and then make their getaway.
Excerpt via WorldStar
I still have questions. How did these fake feds know all that loot was in the home? According to the video below, the homeowner wasn’t home, and that those taking care of the home at the time let in the suspects. Who were individuals left in charge of the home? How did they call the police and these two people showed up?
In this day and time of Jussie Smollett, this almost seems like a set up too.
On Wednesday, the police decided to release the camera footage in an attempt to find the suspects. Miami-Dade Police are asking the public’s help with information leading to the arrest of a couple of “police impersonators.”
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