Broward Sheriff's Office Looking for Suspects in West Park Murder, Burglary

The first suspect, on the far left, is wanted in connection to an attempted burglary in West Park -- a woman discovered the man in her dining room around 9 a.m. Friday, according to police; as she screamed, the man "continued to approach," and she ran out the front door. By the time police got there...

... the man was gone.

The crime happened on the 4400 block of SW 40th Street; police describe the man as "a black male, in his 20s, approximately 5'10" tall and last seen wearing a white 'doo rag' on his head and a white T-shirt with blue jean shorts."

BSO Det. Gregory Murphy is the person to call for if you have any information 954-964-0534, or put in an anonymous call to Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-8477.

The second two suspects are wanted in connection with the murder of a 34-year-old father three days before Christmas. Raimundo Modia of Miami went to a warehouse in West Park to sell his Mercedes, according to police, but was then shot multiple times. Police say Nalio Williams, pictured on the far right, was the shooter and is "considered armed and dangerous." He may also be going by his brother's name, Adrian Ivey.

The drawing in the middle is of a "person of interest" who police say was seen with Williams immediately after the crime. If you have any information on that one, you can call Det. Shane Schroeder at 954-321-4210 or Broward Crime Stoppers. There's a $1,000 reward for tips that lead to an arrest in this case.

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