Authorities are asking for the public's help in finding a robbery suspect they say is responsible for a woman's death at a Weston truck stop last month.
Ronnie Lanard Tyson, 20, is wanted in the death of 28-year-old Kimberlyn Clarke, the Broward Sheriff's Office said Thursday.
Police say Tyson, of Lauderhill, was captured on video at the Seminole Truck Stop at 4690 U.S. Highway 27 the early morning hours of Sept. 20 when he and another man decided to rob an attendee of a Jamaican Night event at Cafe 27 at the truck stop.
Surveillance video captured Tyson pepper spraying a man in his face to distract him while an accomplice tried to yank a silver chain and medallion from the man's neck, the BSO said.
The pepper spray drifted into the large crowd and people began to run. Clarke inhaled the spray and began struggling to breathe and was calling for help as she ran and fell to the ground, the BSO said.
About 20 minutes later, attendees realized she was unconscious. Clarke was taken to a nearby hospital but never regained consciousness and was pronounced dead on Sept. 29.
Authorities said they received multiple Crime Stoppers tips identifying Tyson as one of the suspects, the BSO said. They're asking anyone who knows his whereabouts or can identify the second suspect to call Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS.