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BSO DETECTIVES ARREST THREE PEOPLE FOR WESTON ARMED ROBBERY

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Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives have arrested three people in connection with an armed robbery on April 28 at the Moon Thai restaurant in Weston. Detectives arrested Luis Olivares-Rosaria, age 37, of Davie, Michael Corrales, 23, of Davie and Cesar Campozano, 17, of Plantation. They were all charged with robbery with a firearm and wearing a mask during the commission of a felony. The BSO media relations unit released the surveillance video on May 5 that showed two men with guns enter the restaurant just before midnight through an open back door. They held a male employee at gunpoint. Off camera, they pushed the employee into the women’s restroom, where one suspect continued to hold him at gunpoint. The second suspect gathered the other employees and forced them into the restroom. Then the second suspect went into the dining room of the closed restaurant and rifled through the shelves near the register. He then got a female employee from the bathroom and brought her out to open the register for him. After the robbery, the criminals took a 2010 Honda Insight that belonged to one of the managers. Davie police recovered the vehicle while investigators were still at the robbery scene. The surveillance video and jail mug shots for the two adults, Olivares-Rosaria and Corrales, are attached to this release.  

 

 

This is the information that was released on May 5:

BSO DETECTIVES RELEASE SURVEILLANCE VIDEO IN WESTON RESTAURANT ROBBERY

Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives are looking for two men who committed an armed robbery late Saturday, April 28 at the Moon Thai and Japanese restaurant located at 2818 Weston Rd. in Weston. The 911 call was received at 11:57 p.m.

After the robbery, the criminals took a 2010 Honda Insight that belonged to one of the managers. Davie PD recovered the vehicle while investigators were still at the robbery scene.

Surveillance video shows the men enter a back door and hold a male employee at gunpoint. Off camera, they pushed the employee into the women’s restroom, where one suspect held him at gunpoint. The second suspect gathered together the other employees and forced them into the restroom. Then the second suspect went into the dining room of the closed restaurant and rifled through the shelves near the register. He then got a female employee from the bathroom and brought her out to open the register for him.

In addition to the Honda, the suspects stole an undisclosed amount of cash and some personal belongings from the victims.

Anyone with information on this case is urged to call BSO Robbery Det. Roger Peterson at (954) 765-4321 or call Broward Crime Stoppers, anonymously, at (954) 493-TIPS (8477) or online at www.browardcrimestoppers.org.

 

 

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