Police ID victim shot dead in northeast Miami-Dade cosmetics store

On Friday, police identified a victim who was shot and killed inside a cosmetic boutique in northeast Miami-Dade on Wednesday.

Around 3:15 p.m., Miami-Dade police responded to a shooting call at the multi-use cosmetic business located at 190 NE 199 Street, just west of Ives Estates and Interstate 95.

According to authorities, preliminary information suggested that an argument between two men occurred inside the store.

Police said two males in black clothing entered the store, and one of them shot and killed the victim, who police identified as Kingston Satune Jr. of Miami on Friday.

According to a representative for Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, crews also rushed to a reported shooting on the second story of that building and discovered Satune’s body.

Police ID victim shot dead in northeast Miami-Dade cosmetics store

As per police, the gunman fled the scene in a white Mercedes-Benz and is still at large.

Sky 10 cameras also caught a woman speaking with cops. Moments later, that same woman was stopped by cops after racing up the stairs to the second level of the office building where the incident allegedly occurred.

A medical practice and a children’s daycare are among the other businesses housed in the office complex. At the time of the incident, all of the businesses were open.

Venise Danda, who operates a medical practice in the building, told Terrell Forney of Local 10 News that some of her staff and patients were trapped inside throughout the inquiry.

Parents were notified of the shooting and requested to come pick up their children.

“They said there’s an emergency, there’s a shooting and parents need to come pick up their child as soon as possible,” the mother told Local 10 News. “I’m like, ‘Wow — I hope it’s not my child.'”

People who knew Satune told Local 10 News on Thursday that he was a young parent who kept to himself a lot.

According to police, numerous persons were held as detectives investigated to determine their amount of involvement.

Anyone with information on the perpetrators is asked to contact Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477. Anyone who gives information that leads to an arrest or arrests is eligible for a $5,000 reward.

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