Teen Suspect Caught in North Miami Beach ATM Fatal Shooting

The North Miami Beach Police Department said it has made an arrest related to the fatal shooting near an ATM.

(Published Friday, Nov. 3, 2017)

The North Miami Beach Police Department said it has made an arrest related to the fatal shooting near an ATM.

Police say the 17-year-old suspect was arrested Thursday night at his home in Lauderhill without incident, but would not release any additional details.

Police in North Miami Beach are searching for a suspect in the fatal shooting at an ATM.

(Published Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017)

Police said the 26-year-old victim, Dillon Bud Calvin Steve, was taking money out around 8:45 p.m. at the Bank of America near Northeast 163rd Street and 11th Avenue when he was approached by the suspect, who tried to rob him.

Witnesses told NBC 6 that the victim and his mother arrived in a van parked near the bank prior to the shooting. Police confirmed a family member was with Steve at the time of the shooting.

The suspect fled the scene after the shooting. Police on Thursday released surveillance images of the suspect wearing a hoodie and wielding a handgun.

Employees from a nearby restaurant rushed to help the victim after the shooting, but he died after being rushed to the hospital.

"It's a little bit scary if you think about it," John Pereira, who was nearby when the shooting occurred, said. "I was actually walking by. Walked over a block to Chase and deposited some money just a few minutes before that happened so it's pretty scary."