Published: Fri, November 17, 2017
Economy | By Shawn Conner

Florida police release new video of serial killer suspect

Florida police release new video of serial killer suspect

Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have been canvassing the neighborhood for days, knocking on every door, searching houses and looking for anyone who looks similar to the man in the videos.

"I don't believe in coincidence that the same person was around at the same time that two people were murdered", Dugan told a news conference. Dugan says the suspect may have snuck up on Felton and conceded there might be more than one person involved.

"We were just getting a sense of business was starting to pick up, because the other three murders happened a few months back - I don't even know, maybe six weeks?" she said.

Tampa police released new footage on Wednesday, showing the man wanted for Tuesday's murder of Ronald Felton.

He said the videos were recorded on October 9, the date of the first killing, and on Tuesday, when the most recent slaying occurred.

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After the earlier shootings, police released surveillance videos of a hooded suspect.

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.

Police finally have a profile of the suspect.

Police gained a better description of the suspect after the fourth killing, saying a witness described him as a black male, 6 feet to 6-foot-2, with a thin build and light complexion.

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

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They're offering a reward of up to $91,000 leading to the killer or killers arrest.

They also asked residents to check their gun safes to make sure their guns were accounted for, on the chance that a loved one is the killer and has been using one of their weapons. Police say victims were random and the suspect should be considered a serial killer.

On Tuesday, Ronald Felton, an unemployed construction worker who volunteered at a food bank, was gunned down.

The man "killed in cold blood" on a Tampa, Florida, street early this morning was shot from behind in a case that authorities say may be related to a string of unsolved killings that has left a community on edge.

Three people were killed in the Seminole Heights neighborhood in an 11-day period in October. He was shot and killed steps from his home while waiting for a bus at North 15th Street at Frierson Avenue on October 9. A city employee found her body two days afterward in a vacant parking lot half a mile from where Mitchell died.

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