Sheriff detectives looking for ‘interested person’ in North Lauderdale supermarket robbery


FORT LAUDERDALE – A stakeholder has been identified in an investigation into a violent robbery in North Lauderdale.

Man wanted for aggravated gun robbery at a supermarket in Broward.

Broward Sheriff’s Office

The robbery took place on Tuesday, August 23, just after 4 p.m. Surveillance cameras captured a man hitting a woman and stealing her necklace as she walked into a grocery store on the 800 block of W McNab Road.

Broward Sheriff investigators said security video footage also showed the man in a light-colored Nissan pulling into the parking lot. They said he then got out of the car and attacked the woman who was walking into the store with her three children.

Detectives later found the Nissan and learned that 20-year-old Lamya Marie Fuller had stolen the car from a relative the day before the robbery. Fuller is the last known person to have driven the vehicle, which is why investigators want to speak to her. Detectives say Fuller’s name is also Alexa Garter and is known for staying in several motels.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts or about the man who committed the robbery is requested to call the sheriff’s office at (954) 321-5018. They can also call Crime Stoppers at (954) 493-TIPS (8477) or leave a tip online at


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