Video exhibits auto physique capturing was doubtless an ambush

Video shows auto body shooting was likely an ambush

OPA-LOCKA, Fla. – Surveillance video of Monday’s deadly capturing at an Opa-locka auto physique store exhibits what seems to be an ambush.

The footage solely obtained by Native 10 Information exhibits the sufferer was strolling again to the auto physique store the place he labored earlier than two males received out of a automotive and simply began capturing.

Police on Tuesday recognized Jose E. Alvarez Martinez, 47, as the person who was killed outdoors Exit 95 Auto Enterprises, the place he labored, alongside the 2300 block of Ali Baba Avenue.

The surveillance cameras had been rolling as two males received out of a silver Cadillac with weapons drawn. Just some seconds earlier than the capturing, Martinez could possibly be seen strolling to the auto physique store. Then quite a few photographs rang out, with the homicide occurring simply off-camera.

Martinez was airlifted to Jackson Memorial Hospital, the place he died from his accidents.

Martinez’s boss tells Native 10 that he had labored on the store for 16 years. The boss was too emotional to talk on digital camera however stated Martinez was a father, a superb man who by no means harm anybody, and was like household to him. He believes the shooters had been after the mistaken individual.

Jose E. Alvarez Martinez, 47, was killed Monday afternoon in a capturing outdoors an auto physique store in Opa-locka, police say. (Miami-Dade Police Division photograph)

One other one in every of his workers was shot within the leg and raced to Aventura hospital. He’s doing OK, the boss says.

After the gunfire, the shooters, whose faces had been coated, instantly ran again into the Cadillac and took off.

“They just opened fire, two guys. Pa, pa, pa, pa, pa. Probably like 10 shots,” a witness stated.

Anybody with details about the capturing is requested to name Miami-Dade Police Division Murder Detective R. Raphael at (305) 471-2400, or CrimeStoppers at (305) 471-8477.

If a tip results in an arrest, you might be eligible for a reward of as much as $5,000.

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