The is the boat that arrived in Key West carrying nine Cuban migrants. A Miami man claimed the boat was stolen.
The is the boat that arrived in Key West carrying nine Cuban migrants. A Miami man claimed the boat was stolen. Univisión 23 Courtesy
The is the boat that arrived in Key West carrying nine Cuban migrants. A Miami man claimed the boat was stolen. Univisión 23 Courtesy

Cuban rafters stole boat to flee the island, Miami resident claims

June 24, 2016 3:02 PM

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