TV Show Helped Catch Man Indicted in Coral Springs Cold Case Murder: Police

Tip came in after case was featured on Spanish-language program

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    A file mugshot of Gustavo Enamorado-Dubon, who has been indicted for the murder of Francisco Cuevas of Coral Springs.

    The man indicted in the 2007 cold case murder of a Coral Springs business owner was captured after a segment on the case aired on a Spanish-language TV program, police said Friday.

    Gustavo Adolfo Enamorado-Dubon, 22, has been indicted on premeditated murder and armed kidnapping charges in the death of Francisco Cuevas, Coral Springs Police said.

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    For five years, the Cuevas family has been trying to find whoever killed their son and their brother - Coral Springs man Francisco Cuevas. Mother Margarita Goedeke, sister Lillian Cuevas and Coral Springs Police Sgt. Carla Mertes discuss the case. (Published Friday, Jan. 4, 2013)

    Cuevas, 47,  was reported missing by a family member in November 2007. Parts of his body were found in a metal box in Palm Beach Gardens five months later.

    It's believed Cuevas was killed in Pompano Beach at his kitchen supply business, police said.

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    For nearly five years, Lillian Cuevas and her mother Margarita Goedeke have been handing out fliers, looking for answers. "We're never going to stop until we get justice for him," sister Lillian Cuevas said. They keep Franco Cuevas close to their heart after he was murdered in November of 2007. First, it was a missing persons case. A year later, parts of his body were found in Palm Beach Gardens in a metal box. (Published Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012)

    Police say when the case aired on Univision's "Aqui y Ahora" in July 2010, they received information that led investigators to a possible suspect.

    An extensive investigation by Coral Springs Police, Palm Beach Gardens detectives, ICE and the US Marshals led to Enamorado-Dubon, of Honduras, police said.

    Just last week, police said they were spending $30,000 to jump-start the investigation into the murder.

    Enamorado-Dubon was being held at the Broward County Jail Friday and it was unknown whether he has an attorney.

    Police are still investigating the murder and believe more people may be involved. Anyone with information is asked to call the Coral Springs Police Department at 954-346-1219.

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