Mother of Buffalo Bills fan killed after Dolphins game pleads for shooter to come forward

MIAMI GARDENS, FLORIDA – The mother of the Buffalo Bills fan who was tragically shot and killed after a game in Miami Gardens last month has made a public plea for the shooter to come forward and bring some closure to her family’s grief. Susan Isaacs, the mother of Dylan Brody Isaacs, 30, addressed the media at a press conference outside the Miami Gardens Police Department on Friday, where she met with detectives to discuss her son’s case.

Dylan Isaacs was fatally shot near Hard Rock Stadium on January 7, after attending a Dolphins game against the Bills. Despite more than a month passing since the incident, no arrests have been made in connection with his death.

Isaacs, speaking at the press conference, described her son as everything to her, emphasizing the immense loss and pain the family is experiencing. According to police, Isaacs and his friends were walking through traffic after the game when a driver of an older model silver four-door Honda Accord drove recklessly, hitting a pedestrian. As Isaacs ran toward the car, a man got out and fired shots before fleeing the scene, resulting in Isaacs’ tragic death.

In the aftermath of the shooting, police located the suspected vehicle in West Palm Beach, about 60 miles from the stadium. While a person of interest was questioned and then released, the identity of the shooter remains unknown. Miami Gardens investigators are offering a reward of up to $5,000 for anonymous tips leading to the arrest of the individual responsible for Isaacs’ death.

During the news conference, Isaacs urged the responsible party to come forward and deliver closure to her family. Her message was emotional and raw, underscoring the devastating impact of her son’s untimely death. Emphasizing her desire for healing, she implored the individual to take responsibility for their actions and help provide the family with the sense of justice they desperately seek.

A reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for anonymous tips leading to the arrest of the person who shot and killed Dylan Isaacs, 30, in Miami Gardens, Florida, on Sunday, Jan. 7, 2024. Miami-Dade & the Florida Keys Crime Stoppers

Police encouraged anyone with information about the homicide to reach out to Detective M. Lissade at the Miami Gardens Police Homicide Division, or to contact Miami-Dade & the Florida Keys Crime Stoppers to share information anonymously.

This case has left a family shattered and a community seeking justice for a life lost too soon, as they grapple with the aftermath of this senseless act of violence.