Hialeah Cuban gives ,000 reward for recovering stolen crane

Hialeah Cuban gives $10,000 reward for recovering stolen crane

A Cuban from Hialeah has offered a $10,000 reward to anyone who helps him recover his crane that was stolen last Friday.

“Yesterday my tow truck was stolen, please ask all my facebook friends if they can share this post. I’m giving a $10,000 reward to anyone who finds him. Any hint or detail would be of great help,” Andy Rivero said on the social network.

According to the pictures, it is a black Ford tow truck. At the rear, it has a mechanism to partially lift and move another vehicle.

Contributed by Andy Rivero. Facebook

It has a yellow logo in the form of a lightning bolt in a circle on the driver’s door.

Rivero did not reveal the location where the vehicle was stolen or details of the theft.

Robberies and violence have increased in Hialeah in recent months. On December 30, it was revealed that another Cuban had offered a $5,000 reward for tracking him a truck loaded with nine coils of copper wire worth nearly $200,000 stolen on Christmas Eve.

In the same month, a Cuban family from the same city reported being victims of three violent attacks in less than four weeks.

It all started with a robbery of the family business on November 25th the arson of a boat and a Mercedes-Benz car followed, the latter belonging to the family’s son, Álvaro González, a 26-year-old young man. The intentional burning of the vehicle happened in the early hours of December 13 while the family was on vacation. The house was also badly damaged in the incident.