Update 1:02P — At 9:30 this morning, we received a report of an armed robbery at 980 N Federal Hwy. The victim on scene advised he was robbed at gunpoint of his wallet and phone. A witness in the area provided a good description of the suspect vehicle. An officer located the vehicle in the area of Yamato Road and Dixie Highway. Once back-up officers were in the area, a traffic stop was initiated on A1A. The vehicle did not stop and continued southbound at a high rate of speed. The vehicle then went westbound on Palmetto Pk Rd. An officer ahead of the suspect vehicle deployed stop stick in an attempt to deflate the suspect vehicle’s tires. 5 suspects in the Acura all trauma alerted to Delray Medical along with 1 from each of the other two cars hit by the suspects. The intersection of 12th and Palmetto will be closed for most of the day…so east Palmetto is open but moving slow…west is closed for investigation.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The 1200 Block of West Palmetto Park Road will remain closed for several hours following a multi-car crash following a robbery east of I-95.
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