Medley Police Department

Police said thieves stole more than $65K in electronics and cell phone. (Source: CBS4)

Medley Thieves Take $65K In Electronics And Cell Phones

A Medley business owner is appealing for the public’s help after burglars smash a hole in a wall inside his business and steal more than $66,000 worth of used cell phones and other merchandise.

CBS Miami–10/21/2013

Surveillance video caught scammers selling iPads. The problem: the iPads were actually picture frames. (Source: CBS4)

Video Catches Scammers Peddling Picture Frames As iPads

Police are warning people about a scam involving iPads and they are releasing surveillance tape of the suspects who victimized two people.


A Medley restaurant owner thwarted a thief who tried to steal money out of his car.  (Source: Medley Police)

Tale Of The Tape Leads To Arrests In Medley Armed Burglary

Two men arrested and charged in connection with the attempted robbery of a Medley restaurant owner are expected to make their first court appearance Friday.


A Medley restaurant owner thwarted a thief who tried to steal money out of his car.  (Source: Medley Police)

Two Arrested In Medley Armed Burglary

Police say they’ve arrested two men who tried to rob a Medley restaurant owner thanks to surveillance video and tips from the community.


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Surveillance Tape Captures Man Waving Gun Near Medley Auto Store

It was a surreal scene captured on surveillance camera and a day Yamil Gutierrez said he will never forget after a fight erupted between two men at an auto store. Meanwhile, police are reaching out to the public in hopes that someone can identify the men involved.



Medley Officer Assault Spawns Chase And Crash In Hialeah

Police are looking for the several suspects who assaulted a Medley officer before giving chase and crashing into a car full of children.


A Medley business owner posted these photos on CBS Miami's Facebook page in order to help catch the men who robbed his warehouse. (Source: David Wilpon)

Medley Business Owner Turns To Social Media To Catch Crook

After waiting more than two years to find out who broke into his business, a burglary victim turned to social media, and reached out to CBS Miami for help.