Florida police release new video of serial killer suspect


A 60-year-old man was shot and killed Tuesday morning in Tampa's Seminole Heights area, the fourth such death in what police say is a string of unsolved killings in that neighborhood within the past month.

The figure on both videos matched witness descriptions of a black male, 6 feet to 6-foot-2, with a thin build and light complexion.

NAACP Hillsborough Branch President Yvette Lewis told the Tampa Bay Times last week that she wants to discuss how police have increased arrests and stops in the neighborhood as part of a massive effort to catch whoever is behind the four murders committed since October 9.

Not long before that, security cameras in the neighborhood captured the suspect walking alone, in video that looks very similar to surveillance footage of a man walking through the same neighborhood October 9, right before 22-year-old college student Benjamin Mitchel was shot and killed.

"Whoever is doing it, they're familiar with the neighborhood and they're able to vanish very quickly", Dugan said.

Tuesday's murder comes almost a month after a killer shot and killed three people over the span of 10 days in Seminole Heights.

Dugan noted that the total reward for information leading to the killer's arrest and conviction is up to $91,000.

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'We can't say this person has done all of the homicides, ' Dugan said.

Anthony Naiboa, an autistic 20-year-old, became the third victim when he accidentally got on the wrong bus and ended up in the neighborhood by mistake, police said.

At 4:51 a.m., Ronald Felton stepped outside the New Season Apostolic Church where he was volunteering to feed the homeless and was shot at least once in the back of the head as he crossed the street to meet someone. "I repeat, were are now calling this person a suspect and we need to know who this person is". He was armed with a large black pistol and was last seen wearing all black clothing, according to police. One retired Federal Bureau of Investigation agent says you should be. The mayor said the city had cut undergrowth, cleared alleys and added street lights to the area.

Dugan released video showing the suspect, taken moments before Felton was killed, and urged the public to come forward and identify him. Two days later, 32-year-old Monica Hoffa, was slain.

October 19, Anthony Naiboa, 20, was shot after taking the wrong bus home from his new job.

Two days later, Monica Hoffa (left) was also shot after getting off a bus.

"I want people to look at the video".