It started as a fight over a parking space at Walmart. It ended in a beating, police say




  • In US
  • 2020-09-16 20:20:53Z
  • By Miami Herald

A fight over a parking space at a Davie Walmart escalated to a "brutal beating and strong arm robbery," police said.

The incident, which happened Monday, was captured on surveillance video.

On Tuesday, police released video in hopes of finding the woman and possibly her children behind the attack.

According to police, officers were called to Walmart, 4301 S. University Dr., over a fight in the parking lot.

"This fight started out over a parking space but quickly escalated into a brutal beating and strong arm robbery," police said in a news release. "While the female offender is beating on the victim, two other offenders (possibly her children) begin to punch and kick the victim who is on the ground."

The video shows a woman sitting on the ground, hunched over, as another woman unleashes a volley of punches. Meanwhile, a man tries to ply the attacker off of the victim.

Police said that during the attack "one of the offenders removes the license plate from their vehicle, most likely to avoid being identified."

In addition to the attack, police say the suspects stole the victim's cellphone and purse. The victim's condition was not immediately known.

The offenders, according to police, left in a silver Mercedes, possibly 300 class.

Anyone with information is asked to call Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493- TIPS (8477).

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