Published: Sat, November 18, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Tampa police release new footage of suspect in Seminole Heights killings

Tampa police release new footage of suspect in Seminole Heights killings

The Tampa Police Department uncovered and released new video of a person, now being called a suspect, wearing slim-fitting trousers and a hooded jacket, walking on November 14 in the area of the latest shooting. "Because why? They're just targeting innocent people and shooting them".

Police and federal agents with rifles checked vehicle trunks, banged on doors and gathered forensic evidence in a Tampa neighborhood as they hunted for the killer believed responsible for gunning down four people for no apparent reason in just over a month.

"This person is able to flip a switch and go out there and murder someone", Dugan said.

Wednesday, police released video of the suspect that was taken around 4:45 a.m. Tuesday, before 60-year-old Robert Felton was shot dead as he crossed the street.

The October 9 murder of Benjamin Mitchell was the first of three murders carried out in the span of 10 days. Police believe the same man may be responsible for the latest killing and last month's murders
A 'serial killer' stalking the streets: Tampa police release new video of unidentified man who has 'murdered four people at random over a month' and has the community on edge

They're also digging into every person recently released from prison, from jail and from a hospital after being "Baker Acted", which is when a violent person is held in a hospital for a time, until doctors determine that person is no longer a danger to themselves. "Who in their right mind would do such a thing?" said one neighborhood resident, echoing the anxious thoughts of many.

"I want people to look at that video and look at how that person walks", says Chief Brian Dugan. A witness described the person who shot and killed Felton as a thin, black male with a light complexion, approximately six feet tall, wearing all black and carrying a large black pistol.

The chief said he has told his officers to pull over anyone who so much as rolls through a stop sign, though he said police are not necessarily issuing citations.

"It's very scary and quite stressful", she said.

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"My employees, everybody, we're just devastated". I will absolutely have my surveillance.

A suspect has already been caught on video twice.

The first video shows a man walking about the time of the first fatal shooting on October 9.

Chief Dugan said it was in the area of the latest shooting. Three, they heard gunshots. Benjamin Mitchell, Monica Hoffa, and Anthony Naiboa were all killed within a few blocks of one another, just days apart. And on October 19, Anthony Naiboa, 20, was shot after taking the wrong bus home from his new job.

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Most residents expressed fears of the shooter-but the community's atmosphere has changed and Yepsen-Fields said that's scary too.

Seminole Heights is a working-class neighborhood northeast of downtown Tampa that's slowly becoming gentrified.

Residents and business owners have said there are vehicle burglaries and fights between kids, but nothing like this.

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