Police are searching for the man suspected to have been behind a quadruple shooting that left three people dead in southwest Miami-Dade early Sunday morning.
A mother, her 17-year-old son and 19-year-old daughter were shot to death by 32-year-old Antwon Lamar Fair, according to Miami-Dade police. Fair is considered to be armed and dangerous.
Fair remains on the run from the law Monday and was last seen in a White 2009 Chevy Impala with Florida tag BDYW67, police say
Late Monday afternoon, police located the vehicle, but are still looking for Fair:
Someria Nina and her husband live just across the street from where 39-year-old Takeeya Fulton and her family was shot early Sunday morning at SW 115th avenue and 203rd terrace.
"100-percent shocking," said Nina. "I'm feeling terrible, terrible for that boy."
Fulton's 12-year-old son survived the gunfire and is recovering at Kendall Regional Hospital, where he listed in critical condition.
"He killed my sister and nephews, man," said Gus Lanier, brother of the shooting victim. "This is a cowardly act he pursued over kids."
Miami-dade Police haven't confirmed the relationship between Fulton and Fair but the mom's brother said the two dated and had several children together.
If you have any information that could lead to the whereabouts of Fair, please contact CrimeStoppers Miami at 305-471-TIPS (8477) or 9-1-1.
Tips leading to his arrest may be eligible for a reward of up to $3,000.