BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Boca Raton Police Department is requesting that anyone near the scene of the murder on NW 49th Street grant access to the police department to search their Ring Video Doorbells for the white box truck seen leaving the scene.
Evelyn Smith Udell was allegedly killed by Jorge Luis Dupre Lachazo, driving for a Best Buy delivery service. He is charged with killing Udell and arson.
The police department is asking all homeowners to permit them to search their online Ring Doorbell video.
Amazon has previously suggested that it will comply with lawfully issued subpoenas when police seek access to video but are denied by homeowners.
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