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North Miami police release robbery video at Royal Castle restaurant

 

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North Miami police have released a new surveillance video in hopes that it can help them find the accomplice of 19-year-old Anthawn Ragan, Jr., charged in the brazen armed robbery of a North Miami nail salon.

A 10-year-old boy was shot and killed in the salon robbery.

Finding Ragan’s accomplice in the Arnold’s Royal Castle burger restaurant robbery also could possibly lead police to solving the killing of AaronVu, who was in the nail salon with his parents when it was robbed last month. The parents owned the nail salon.

Ragan also has been charged in the execution style murder of a man outside a Motel 7 in North Miami.

“We believe the second suspect has been working with Ragan in all of these crimes,” said police spokesman Neal Cuevas.

The blue F-350 truck with a metal tool box on the bed can clearly be seen pulling away from the crime scene.

Police still are actively looking for the second person involved in the nail salon case and are working closely with North Miami, said Miami-Dade spokesman Alvaro Zabaleta.

Anyone with information is asked to call Miami-Dade Crimestoppers at 305-471-8477.

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