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It didn't seem like it would have been the first time," Ray said.
"Once she got home, they talked together, they worked out the details, and then they went back and committed the robbery."Ray said the robbery ended with Hilarie being fatally shot.
The suspects stole multiple items, including electronics, from his apartment.
AUBURNDALE (FOX 13) - Police charged four people with murder after one of them allegedly lured a 27-year-old man on a dating website before robbing and killing him.
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The three men were identified as Andre Warner, 26; Gary Gray, 31, and Joshua Ellington, 26.
Police believe there's a possibility that Bustos has been involved in similar crimes linked to online dating websites."It's her comfort with the way this went.
Detectives determined that Hilarie met a woman, later identified as Hailey Bustos, on an dating website, "Plenty of Fish." After going on a date with Bustos, police said the two briefly went back to Hilarie's apartment.
Investigators believe Bustos, 18, was just casing the place and plotted to go to Hilarie's apartment with three men to rob him later in the evening."Given the way it worked out, it seemed like that's what she was intending to do," said Auburndale Deputy Chief Andy Ray.