A man suspected of armed robbery in a bank in Florida (USA), He died from several bullets this Monday after encountering police officers chasing him. Authorities reported that they were passing through the streets of the town of Pompano Beach. According to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office (BSO), four deputies were involved in the shooting following a chase.
The suspect, who has not been identified, armed with a gun this morning robbed a TD Bank branch office in Oakland Park, 51 km north of Miami (51 km north of Miami). Authorities said the suspect fled in a vehicle, prompting a police pursuit that included a helicopter to track down the bank robber. Finally, the suspect crashed his car into a power line pole in the town of Pompano Beach, on the southeast coast of Florida.
Officers following him took a few minutes to turn the man over, but he refused to follow the authorities’ orders and allegedly set his vehicle on fire. “Probably about eight minutes after our deputies tried to get him[out of the car]he didn’t obey[orders],” said Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony. At one point, the sheriff added, “it seems set the car on fire while inside. According to local television NBC6, he got out (from the car) to confront the officers and shot him.”
BSO officials noted that the circumstances of the shooting are currently under investigation. The Broward County sheriff, north of Miami, said the four police officers who opened fire would be placed on administrative leave pending the results of the investigation, which is routinely conducted by the Florida Police Department (FDLE in Spanish, English). has been included.
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