Due to an intrusion of a hazardous line during construction at the dog park, the Aquatics Center has been closed for the remainder of the day. All activities scheduled at the pool have been cancelled.
Miami Shores Public Works, Fire Rescue and the gas company are actively correcting the issue.
Last night the Miami Shores Police Department responded to a possible armed subject/robbery case in the area of 105th Street & NE 11th Avenue. Initial responding officers observed a subject and established a perimeter in the area. Miami Shores K-9 and other agency K-9 units, in addition to MIami-Dade County Aviation were requested and responded.
Miami-Dade County Police Special Response team responded and located the subject deceased at the rear of the search location.
No other subjects are at large at this time.
We thank an alert resident who called Miami Shores Police Department and we thank the community for the calls of support and concern.
There is one position open on the Code Enforcement Board. The appointee will serve until October 2017. Applications can be downloaded from the website atwww.miamishoresvillage.comor obtained by emailing the Village Clerk, Barbara Estep at
The Planning & Zoning Board will hold a Public Hearing on four items that are being considered to change the Village Code of Ordinances and the Comprehensive Plan.
The public hearing will be held on January 26, 2017 at 7:00 PM at Village Hall. For a complete agenda, please visit http://www.miamishoresvillage.com/planning-board-agendas/planning-board-agenda-january-26-2017-5.html
*Update – Subject Being Sought*
Miami Shores Police Department ongoing investigation of a Home Invasion style robbery on 11/28/16. The Miami Shores Police Department continues its search for a suspect in a home invasion style robbery that occurred last night near Northeast 6th Avenue and Grand Concourse.
The subject approached the victim in his garage after arriving on a bicycle. The subject then forced the victim into the home and demanded money and jewelry. The subject then forced the victim to drive to the bank and withdraw cash from the ATM. The victim was returned to the residence and the subject fled with the victim’s vehicle.
The victim’s vehicle has been recovered and the Police are actively looking for the subject who is described as a black male in his mid-20’s last seen wearing a grey camouflage-type long sleeve shirt. It is believed that the subject may have entered the area from the Northeast/Northwest corridor along 103 Street or Northeast 6th Avenue. The Police are asking Miami Shores residents that live in these areas with video cameras facing the street that may have video footage of the suspect riding his bicycle between 7:30 and 8:30 PM on Monday, November 28, 2016 to please contact either Lt. Golt or Detective McKay at 305-759-2468.
If you have any other information that may help in solving this case, please call the Miami Shores Police at 305-759-2468 or Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS (8477).
Miami Shores Police remind you to pay particular attention to your surroundings during the holiday season. Immediately report any suspicious person, vehicles or activity to the Police at 305-759-2468.
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