911 calls released in Miramar attempted robbery, shooting

Caller said shooter was a black male

By Amanda Batchelor - Senior Digital Editor
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MIRAMAR, Fla. - Police have released the 911 calls made after a 62-year-old woman was shot during an attempted robbery in Miramar last week.

The shooting happened June 8 at Southwest 33rd Street and 64th Avenue.

After the woman was shot, she flagged down a city employee who called 911.

Man: She's unconscious now.

911: "OK, I want you to stay on the phone with me."

Man: "Yes, I can."

911: "OK, we're going to get the police dispatched and the paramedics OK? Did you see who shot her?"

Man: "Quick, quick because she is bleeding."

911: "Sir, did you see who shot her?"

Man: "No I didn't."

The victim suffered non-life threatening injuries and was treated at a nearby hospital.

Police continue searching for the gunman. Another man who called 911 identified the shooter as a black male.

Click here to listen to the full 911 calls.

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