Miami, FL - As One Year Anniversary Approaches, Police Still Seeking Public's Help In Solving Shooting Of Crown Heights Rabbi
Miami, FL - 7News/WSVN.com (http://bit.ly/1Cdhkbs) reports that as the one year anniversary of the shooting death of Crown Heights Rabbi Yosef Raksin approaches, Miami-Dade police say they are still seeking the public’s help in providing the pivotal key pieces that will help them break the case.
Rabbi Raksin, who would have turned 61 this past Tuesday, was shot and killed while walking to synagogue on August 9, 2014.
Raksin’s daughter, Shuli Labkowski, told 7News that she was updated on the case by police and prosecutors at a meeting last week at the State Attorney’s Office, and that while police have compiled a list of suspects, they still need key pieces to move forward with an arrest.
Labowski urged anyone with information about the case to come forward, saying, “I really hope someone does it.”
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