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FBI Offering Reward for Capture of Suspect in 2015 Shooting at Doral Club

What to Know

  • Officials announced a $10,000 reward in their search for 26-year-old Jonathan Cifuentes for his involvement in the 2015 shooting.
  • State officials issued a warrant in April for his arrest on two counts of attempted first degree murder as well as discharging a firearm.

The FBI is offering a substantial reward for the capture of a man they say shot two people outside a Doral club several years ago.

Officials announced a $10,000 reward in their search for 26-year-old Jonathan Cifuentes for his involvement in the shooting near Northwest 79th Avenue and 51st Street on April 5, 2015.

According to investigators, Cifuentes was seen in the parking lot carrying a bat when he was asked to leave. Cifuentes allegedly went back to his car, grabbed a gun and returned to shoot one person in the groin and another in the ankle.

State officials issued a warrant in April for his arrest on two counts of attempted first degree murder as well as discharging a firearm in public. Cifuentes is considered armed and dangerous.

"He is an extremely dangerous individual and anyone who not just arms themselves during an altercation but also fires indiscriminately into a crowd of people is a major issue," FBI special agent in charge Justin Fleck said.

Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI at (754) 703-2000.

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