This is a little late, but we just got word from the City of Miami police that Brisco got got last Wednesday, in the middle of the afternoon, while trying to get a haircut at a barbershop at NW Sixth Avenue and NW 63rd Street. Four men invaded the store at about 12:51 p.m. brandishing guns. One pistol-whipped the rapper while demanding his car keys. They got some cash, jewelry, and his Range Rover, but police later recovered everything a little further east, at NE Second Ave. and NE 67th Street. Nobody was injured, and police haven't turned up the perpetrators. Read Miami PD's full press release about the robbery after the jump.
The City of Miami Police Department is investigating an armed robbery that occurred at a Barber Shop located at 6301 NW 6 Avenue. The robbery occurred on July 29, 2009, at approximately 12:51 PM. A local rapper, "Brisco" after a photo shoot, went into the shop for a hair cut when four black men invaded the store with hand guns terrifying four customers. One offender pistol-whipped the rapper and demanded his car keys. Money and several jewelry items were taken along with Brisco's Range Rover that was subsequently recovered at NE 2 Ave and 67 Street. The offenders fired shots. Fortunately, nobody was injured.
The offenders are described as four black males, eighteen to twenty (18-25) years of age last seen wearing:
§ Red shirt, full sleeve tattoos on forearms, Timberland boots, blue jean shorts, baseball cap.
§ White long T-shirt, gray sweat shorts, baseball cap.
§ White T-shirt, black hat, black pants, white sneakers, wearing striped black and white boxers underneath, beard.
§ Black shirt, black hat, black pants, black sneakers, heavy set.
In addition to the four gunmen, detectives need to identify a separate customer who was getting his hair cut and seen leaving the shop as the crime unfolded. He is described as a black male eighteen to twenty five (18-25) years old, last seen wearing a brown shirt, goatee, talking on the phone in a barber chair.
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