October 31, 2018
Florida police have determined what Americans will look like in 2050.
And it’s beautiful!
A reward of up to $5,000 is now being offered for information that leads to the arrest of the man who attacked two high school students last month at Florida International University’s Biscayne Bay Campus.
FIU police passed out fliers Wednesday informing the public about the increased reward and trying to find someone who recognizes the attacker from a sketch.
“We’re just afraid that he’ll do this to someone else,” James Critz’s mother, Tara James, said. “It was so brutal and completely unprovoked, so I feel like he’s not going to just stop at this, especially if he just gets away with it.”
Authorities said Critz, 16, Bela Perdomo, 15, who are students at the Marine Academy of Science and Technology at FIU, were collecting samples Sept. 10 for a science project near the school when the man approached them.
After talking to them for a few minutes, the man suddenly attacked the students with a tree branch, police said.
“I was walking by the bay and it was completely random,” Perdomo told reporters at a news conference late last month. “James and I were on our way walking back and out of nowhere, we were both attacked.”