Two men were found murdered in the yard of an Opa-locka home over the weekend, and now homicide detectives are searching for answers.
The bodies of the men, 50-year-old Osmar Oliva and 26-year-old Johan Gonzalez Quesada, were discovered Saturday evening in the yard of 1801 Rutland Street, Miami-Dade Police officials said.
According to police, the men had been tied up, beaten and shot. A third victim was also found at the home and taken to a local hospital where they remained in critical condition.
Police said the home was abandoned. No other information on the deaths has been released.
"At this time it is not certain if detectives have been able to speak with the third victim and so once the third victim has recovered enough and is in health to be speaking with the detectives they will be doing so," Miami-Dade Police Det. Angel Rodriguez said.
Homicide detectives are asking for anyone with information to come forward, and a reward of up to $5,000 is being offered in the case.
Anyone with information is asked to call 305-471-2400.
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