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MIRAMAR, FLORIDA- The chilling, grisly triple murder on Miramar's East Shore Drive was caught on tape -- on a home video surveillance camera hidden in the living room.
Casimir ''Butch Casey'' Sucharski, the flashy owner of Casey's Nickelodeon, a popular South Broward watering hole, had taken two beautiful young models to his Miramar Isles home the night of June 25, 1994.
In the 22-minute video, an intruder in a hat and sunglasses can be seen tying and pistol-whipping Sucharski, 48, with a Tec-9 semiautomatic handgun. The gunman never removed the disguise.
Fifteen minutes later, a man later identified as Pablo Ibar kills Sucharski by shooting him at close range in the back of the head.
TOOK OFF HIS MASK
Ibar, the tape showed, had removed his mask and could be identified on the tape.
The models, Marie Rogers and Sharon Anderson, both 25, were tied up facedown near Sucharski. They also were murdered.
The intruders then took off in Sucharski's black Mercedes Sl convertible, drove it to Palm Beach County and set it ablaze on a remote road.
Miramar Police discovered the bodies the next morning, Monday, after Rogers' mother reported her daughter missing.
The heinous crime that fateful night 13 years ago remains among Miramar's ugliest. And the subsequent trial of the two defendants convicted in the murders was one of the county's costliest -- about $300,000. Both are now serving life sentences for the murders.
The next morning, on a Sunday, at 7:18 a.m., two men later identified as Pablo Ibar, 27, and Seth Penalver, 26, entered Sucharski's East Shore Road home through a rear sliding glass door.
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