The FBI arrested a man in connection to an armored truck robbery that left a 72-year-old guard injured last month.
A $25-thousand reward is about to expire in the case of a Brinks guard robbery.
Flush with Black Friday weekend sales, a Sunrise clothing store gave $162 thousand to a man who said he was an armored car guard for Brinks. The only problem was the man was an impostor, the money went missing with him, and now, police are asking for help in finding him.
One of the men arrested in connection with a deadly Brinks robbery last year learned his fate in a Broward courtroom Friday.
An early Friday morning raid by the FBI yielded the arrests of a group of criminals who allegedly planned a Brinks truck robbery that left one Brinks worker dead.
The five suspects charged and arrested in connection with the murder of a Brinks guard Sunday during an ambush robbery outside of Calder Casino and Race Course in Miami Gardens appeared in court Tuesday.
A fifth person has been arrested in connection with the murder of a Brinks guard Sunday during an ambush robbery outside of Calder Casino and Race Course in Miami Gardens.
An armored car guard was killed Sunday evening as he tried to make a cash pickup at Calder Race Track in Miami Gardens. Investigators say the guard was ambushed as he left a building at the track, and was shot in an exchange of gunfire with his attacker. The gunman is still at large.
Gunshots filled the air early Tuesday morning in front of a Hollywood bank as two men reportedly tried to rob a Brinks truck.