Police Search For Subjects & Victim In Burger King Battery Incident
South Florida Crime
PEMBROKE PINES (CBSMiami) — The Pembroke Pines Police Department is asking for the public’s help to identify two subjects involved in a brutal battery incident in Burger King Sunday, involving a female victim which may be in danger.
According to police, a witness saw the female victim walk into the lobby of the restaurant located at 8913 Taft Street.
The witness told police the female victim entered the ladies room, then later exited the restaurant for a short time before going back in a short time later, again walking into the ladies room.
One of the subjects followed the victim into the bathroom, at which time, the witness overheard a commotion.
Police said the witness entered the bathroom and observed the suspect and the victim in the bathroom stall. The victim was on the ground and her head was being pushed into the toilet by the suspect. The witness proceeded to tell both of them they needed to leave.
Before leaving the restaurant,the witness told police, the suspect forcefully grabbed the victim by the hair and pulled her out of the restaurant.
A silver Infiniti G35 drove up to them. Police describe it as a 4 door, 2009-2011 model with a spoiler in the rear and a University of Miami sticker in the back window.
The other subject in question was the driver of the car.
Before going into the car, one of the subjects was overhear saying, “You’re going to die today and I’m going to be the one to do it.” He then force the victim into the front seat and got into the front seat as well.
The car drove off headed southbound on Douglas Road.
One of the subjects is described as a black male, in his twenties, measuring about 6 feet tall. The driver of the car is described as a white or Hispanic male with dark curly hair.
Police described the victim as a female in her 20′s, measuring between 5’5″ – 5’7″, and weighing about 140-145 pounds. She has shoulder length black hair and was wearing a purple shirt.
Anyone with information is asked to call Broward County Crimestoppers at 954-493-TIPS.