MIAMI GARDENS (CBSMiami) – Police removed three people from a Miami Gardens home that was surrounded after a chase of robbery suspects in a stolen car.
According to Miami Gardens Police, BSO deputies spotted a beige Toyota Camry which was reported stolen by 57-year-old Robert Leipzig early Thursday morning.READ MORE: Have You Seen This Woman? Andreae Lloyd Missing After Being Abducted From Miami-Dade Home
Leipzig was trying to catch feral cats in a Miami Gardens parking lot in order to get them spaying or neutered when two men pistol-whipped him, stole his pants with cash and jewelry, and his Camry, according to Miami Gardens police. They left him beaten, bruised and wearing only his skivvies when they took off.
Friday morning, the suspects in Leipzig’s stolen car led deputies on a chase from Broward County into Miami Gardens where they bailed out at 189th Terrace and NW 3rd Avenue.READ MORE: Jury Reaches Verdict Of Manslaughter In Dayonte Resiles Murder Trial, Then Goes Back To Deliberating Room
Two men were spotted running into the house and officers from the Miami-Dade Police Department Special Response Team were immediately on the scene to check out the house.
“The vehicle was stolen, actually carjacking,” said Carlton Coleman, Miami Gardens Police Information Officer.
As the morning progressed, police issued warning and with machine guns drawn, approached the house. Two people initially came out and a third person was later pulled out of the attic.MORE NEWS: South Florida's Lane & Cameron Bess Set To Become First Father-Son Duo To Travel To Space Aboard Blue Orbit Spacecraft
No one was injured in the standoff, but the three people from the home have been detained.