BSO Still Searching For Suspect In West Park Warehouse Shooting
South Florida Crime
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives are asking for the public’s help in finding a Hialeah man they say gunned down a Miami man in cold blood days before Christmas and another person of interest.
On December 22nd, Raimundo Modia drove his high-end luxury Mercedes to a West Park warehouse on SW 57th Terrace in hopes of selling it. What Modia, 34, didn’t know was that the prospective buyer, 35-year old Nalio Williams, was a career criminal, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
During the meeting between the two men, Modia was shot several times during the meeting and died at the warehouse. He is survived by a five-year old son.
Williams left a stolen white Toyota Tundra at the shooting scene. The tag on that vehicle was registered to a man in northern Florida whose identity had been stolen, and the vehicle itself was registered to another man in Winter Garden.
Modia’s Mercedes was discovered the following day abandoned in Miami Gardens.
A first degree murder warrant has been issued for Williams who detectives believe may still be in the area.
The sheriff’s office said Williams past arrests have been for identity theft and fraud so he may be using an alias.
BSO is also looking for the person of interest in the sketch after witnesses said they saw him with Williams moments after the shooting.
Anyone with information about Williams or the shooting can contact BSO Detective Shane Schroeder at (954) 321-4210 or Crime Stoppers of Broward County at (954) 493-TIPS (8477).