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Murder Miami Style: Cops Ask for Help in Little Haiti Slaying

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On December 29 around 11 p.m., the call came in: A woman was being assaulted near NE 70th Street and North Miami Avenue.

A few minutes later, a squad car pulled into an alley behind 45 NE 70th St. Cops found Regina Renee Crawford on the ground, unconscious and with bruises on her neck and face.

The 37-year-old died before paramedics arrived.

Today, police are asking for help with finding the man seen leaving a nearby gas station with Crawford a few hours before she died.

The man is wearing a No. 4 Vokal jersey. Any idea who he is? Call the cops at 305-471-TIPS.

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