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Reward money being offered in Fort Lauderdale hit-and-run

The owners of a sporting goods manufacturer in Fort Lauderdale, where the warehouse manager was run down Thursday by a robber, are offering a $25,000 reward to find his killer.

Shaul and Riki Ashkenazy, owners of Exist Sports Line, were close friends of Mahmoud Mansour, 45, who was run over by man who was stealing a box of sweat shirts from the warehouse.

Today at 11 a.m., the Asheknazy's are giving the money to Crime Stoppers to help find Mansour's killer.

So far, police have had no luck finding the thief - who got away in a teal Nissan Titan. But the search continues.

Hopefully the money will be an incentive for someone to turn in the thief turned hit-and-run driver.


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I was driving up Biscayne Blvd this morning at about 8:20 am, when several police cars came rushing through the intersection at 125th street. They converged and ran from the cars, and I saw someone taken away in handcuffs.

What was going on? Was anyone hurt? Were shots fired?

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