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Two of the men identified as 50-year-old truck driver Osmar Oliva and 26-year-old Johan Gonzalez Quesada were found in the abandoned house, while a third unidentified victim was taken to a critical hospital.
Police said three people, including the owner of a trucking company in southern Florida, were tied up, beaten, shot, and left to die in the backyard of an abandoned house.
Miami-Dade police are investigating a triple murder in which two people died in Opa-Locka on Saturday and the third was in critical condition. Detectives seek clues from the public to solve the double murder and offer a $ 5,000 reward for information leading to arrest in gruesome murders.
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Detective Khristopher Welch, Miami-Dade police, said earlier Tuesday that there were no updates on his condition.
Some law enforcement agencies told the Miami Herald that the attackers kidnapped the trio and tortured them for hours before they were shot. According to the newspaper, every victim was shot in the head, including the man who survived and managed to get help from police passing by.
Oliva, father of three, owned Oliva Delivery Corp., based in Opa-locka.
“He was a very good person,” his widow told Herald on Monday. I don’t know why this happened to him.
According to Herald’s report, Gonzalez Quesada was the father of two young girls, including a baby born just 10 days before the execution style was killed.
“He was a wonderful person,” Ovidio Gonzalez Roche, the young man’s father, told the newspaper. He had a big heart. Very family oriented… This is an extraordinary shock. I can’t explain what happened. ”
No arrests were made in the early hours of Tuesday. Police said detectives were looking for three “unidentified” male suspects in the triple shootout.
“The investigation is still in its childhood stage,” Welch told The Post.
Welch said it is unclear whether the victims’ families collaborated with detectives.
Oliva and Gonzales Quesada had previously been arrested in incidents involving cargo theft, according to the Herald report.
In 2007, Oliva was arrested after police discovered that one in three people were unloading cargo from a stolen tractor trailer, but prosecutors later dropped the charge.
Meanwhile, Gonzales Quesada was arrested last year after his home found two loads of stolen cargo, including frozen shrimp and air conditioners. Herald reported that he claimed not guilty in the case and was awaiting trial.
Anyone who has information about the murders should call the Miami-Dade County Crime Stoppers at (305) 471-2400.