9 Tourists Slain in Florida Since Last October With PM-Tourist Slain, Bjt
Undated (AP) _ At least nine foreign visitors have been killed in Florida since last fall. They are:
- Keith Thompson, 42, of Chelmsford, England, shot Oct. 3, 1992, after refusing to give up his wallet to robbers who accosted him, his wife and two friends outside an Orlando-area motel.
- German tourist Rudi Rohloff, 54, shot Dec. 8 while strolling along a quiet street in Fort Myers, in southwestern Florida, with his fiancee.
- Air Canada executive Marc Nadeau, 33, shot in Lake Worth, near Palm Beach, Dec. 29 while walking with his father and son to a store to buy milk.
- Canadian businessman Ralph Passero, 56, shot when he tried to drive away from an apparent robber outside a restaurant in the Sunny Isles beach area north of Miami on Jan. 22.
- Venezuelan Jesus Alberto Delgado, 47, a diplomat on a stopover in Miami after vacationing at home from his post in Switzerland, shot in a robbery outside a friend’s home on Jan. 26.
- German tourist Jorg Schell, 59, shot outside a motel in Homestead, southwest of Miami, just after he and his wife parked their rental car and checked in on March 11.
- Barbara Meller Jensen, 39, of Berlin, killed April 2 when she, her two children and her mother got lost and strayed off an interstate highway into a Miami neighborhood.
- Uwe-Wilhelm Rakebrand, 33, of Adendorf, Germany, shot Sept. 8 after his rental car was bumped on a Miami highway. At the time of the attack, his wife was reading a pamphlet advising tourists what to do when bumped in traffic.
- Gary Colley, 34, of Wilsden, England, killed Tuesday during a robbery attempt at an interstate highway rest stop east of Tallahassee in northern Florida. The woman with him was wounded.
Also, Christa Lina Emilie, 67, of Berlin, was accidentally hit and killed by a police car being driven by a rookie officer in New Smyrna Beach on March 29.