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Murder Miami Style: Police Release Sketch of Suspect in Saturday Shooting

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Police this morning released the first details of a Saturday-night murder in Allapattah -- including a sketch of the prime suspect in the killing.

Around 11:45 p.m. Saturday, someone shot a man named Hector Belgrade near 2261 NW 28th St. and then ran off, says Det. Juan D'Elia of the Miami Police Department.

Belgrade had no criminal convictions, based on Riptide's search of public records.

Police believe the shooter is the man pictured in this sketch.

Know where to find this guy? Or have any other juicy info about the murder? Call Miami-Dade Crimestoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

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