a cuban family haliyaIn Miami-Dade, less than a month after three violent acts condemned the victims that they say they do not know why they were motivated.
It all started with a robbery at the family business on 25 November, followed by the arson of a boat and a Mercedes Benz car owned by the family’s son, Álvaro González, a 26-year-old youth.
The deliberate burning of the vehicle occurred in the early hours of Tuesday, 13 December, while the family was on leave. The house has also suffered heavy damage due to the incident.
The family is distraught because of the series of misfortunes, they say they are very scared and fear that the incidents will escalate and someone might get injured.
“We don’t know what to think anymore, because we don’t have enemies. It doesn’t enter our heads or who it could be. Who wants to hurt us?Ana Gonzalez, Alvaro’s mother, said in a statement America Camel.
The woman describes her son as “a very nice boy” and insists that she fears something will happen to him.
talking to telemundo 51Álvaro implied that he was being the victim of someone’s vendetta, although he did not provide further details or confirm whether he knew who it was.
“They are the same. They are the same people and this is happening because they say I called the police. They are doing this to me for calling the police”Alvaro Gonzalez said.
The youth asked the police, “that they act and help me before anything more serious happens.”
The authorities, for their part, assure that the incident is being investigated and it is clear that it is because of “Something Personal”.
The boat fire started at an industrial yard located at 3353 37th Street in Northwest Miami-Dade.
Images from video surveillance cameras installed in the area allow us to see how someone threw fuel bottles and destroyed two boats, one belonging to the family that was the target of acts of vandalism, and the other to a neighbor which was stored in it. location. ,
Hialeah Police are investigating the incident and are reviewing security cameras to find those responsible for the above incidents.
Anyone with any information may contact the Miami Dade Crime Hotline at 305-481-8477 or call the City of Hialeah Police.