Boca Cops Seek Five Black Men Following Murder

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Source: Boca PD). – Tuesday, December 28, 2015, at approximately 7:20 pm, Boca Raton Police responded to a reported shooting at U-Park apartments at 135 NW 20th Street. Officers arrived within 3 minutes and found a male with at least two gunshot wounds to his torso. The 19 year old victim was transported to Delray Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.

A witness stated that she was familiar with at least one of the suspects. Detectives are looking for at least five suspects who arrived and left the area around the time of the shooting in possibly two different vehicles.

Victim:

Nicholas Max Acosta

DOB: 1/10/96

Boynton Beach, FL
Suspect 1:                                              

Black male, 18-20 years old                  

Tall, thin                                                

Blue t-shirt with a white owl on it         

Gray sweatpants

 Suspect 2:

Black male, 18-22 years old  

Heavyset/tattoo on bicep/elbow

Gray hoodie/gray sweatpants

Suspect 3:                                              

Black male, 18-20 years old                   

Hoodie/camouflage hat/black shoes       

 Suspect 4:

Black male, 18-20 years old

Wearing all black

Suspect 5:

Black male, 18-20 years old

Green hoodie & pants/high top sneakers

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