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Miramar man says he was followed home and robbed at gunpoint after stopping at a food truck

MIRAMAR, Fla. – He asked that we not use his name for his safety. And who can blame him? He and his family were followed home and attacked in Miramar. “When I was there, I thought about it, hopefully they won’t ask us to go inside,” he said.

The victim said the day started great. His cousins ​​​​​​and their wives were in town for the Dominican Republic Formula 1 races and celebrated all the events. The three couples went to Wynwood for the evening and stopped at a food truck on Pembroke Road near the Turnpike on their way home early Monday.

But they were uncomfortable with the crowd there, so they took the food to go. He says he noticed a truck following them but felt safe in his Miramar neighborhood. Until they were mugged in his driveway. “Three guys jumped out of the truck with guns, hoodies and masks,” the victim said.

He recalled them shouting, “Hey everyone. Hand in all your stuff now! At the moment.’ “

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He said one of them threw him to the ground.

“On the left I observed one of my friends. The guy told her in English, “Give me everything you have,” but she doesn’t speak English. So he grabbed her by the neck and threw her on the ground.”

He said the thieves were screaming for Rolex and Apple watches and wallets, so he had a feeling they were being watched.

The victim said he prayed and planned what he would do next if the crooks wanted to go inside.

He said there were 7 children in the home just yards away near Miramar Parkway and South University Drive along with his mother-in-law, all of whom were asleep.

The three men grabbed their belongings and jumped back into the truck, which was described as a four-door, dark gray Ford F-150.

Anyone with information is urged to call the Miramar Police Department.

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Joel McCord

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