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Police: Man Lured to His Death Through Online Dating Site

The woman conspired with three others to rob and murder a man she met on an online dating site, police said.

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    Police say a Florida man was killed after a woman used a dating app to gain his trust, survey his home and lead accomplices back to commit a robbery. WFLA reports. (Published Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016)

    An Auburndale, Florida man looking for love was lured to his death through an online dating site according to police.

    On Friday Auburndale Police found 27-year-old Adam Hilarie shot to death in his apartment.
    According to police, Hilarie met 18-year-old Haliey Rose Bustos on the online dating site "Plenty of Fish." They went on a date Thursday evening, then after he dropped her off, Bustos allegedly conspired with three others. She and the other suspects returned to Hilarie's apartment Friday to rob him, which ultimately led to his murder, police said.
    "Once she got home, they talked together; they worked out the details and then went back and committed the murder," Auburndale Police Deputy Chief Andy Ray said. "I think the plan was that he get robbed and that they take his stuff

    A Florida man looking for love was lured to his death through an online dating site, according to police.

    On Friday, Auburndale Police found 27-year-old Adam Hilarie shot to death in his apartment, NBC affiliate WFLA reported

    Hilarie met 18-year-old Haliey Rose Bustos on the online dating site "Plenty of Fish," according to police.

    The two went on a date Thursday evening, then after he dropped her off, Bustos allegedly conspired with three others. She and the three others returned to Hilarie's apartment Friday to rob him, which ultimately led to his murder, police said.

    "Once she got home, they talked together; they worked out the details and then went back and committed the murder," Auburndale Police Deputy Chief Andy Ray said. "I think the plan was that he get robbed and that they take his stuff."

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