Seminole Heights shooting death possibly connected to October murders

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A report of shots fired came into dispatch around 4:51 a.m. and police said they responded within a minute.

Police have sealed off a neighborhood where a fourth person has been shot to death, possibly by a serial killer.

Police identified the victim as 60-year-old Ronald Felton. They said they are looking for a thin black man, about 6-feet tall, wearing black clothing and carrying a large handgun.

"We need everyone to pay attention to what's going on in this neighborhood". Police patrolling nearby heard the gunshots and rushed to the scene to find Naiboa dead.

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As police scoured the area for a suspect, residents were told to lock their doors and stay in place.

"We want to talk with as many people as we can, we don't think whoever did this has gone very far at this point", Hegarty said.

Chief Dugan is asking residents who own guns to go in their homes and verify that their guns are still there, insinuating that the suspect may have stolen any weapons used in the killings.

The body was found in the area of N. Nebraska Avenue and E. McBerry Street. Nebraska Avenue is shut down between Hillsborough and Osborne avenues for the investigation.

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The Seminole Heights neighborhood has seen an increased police activity since the October 9 shooting death of 22-year-old Benjamin Edward Mitchell.

A makeshift memorial for shooting victim Anthony Naiboa sits on a sidewalk in the Seminole Heights section of Tampa. Several streets were closed as officials searched for the killer.

The killings began on October 9, when 22-year-old Benjamin Mitchell was shot and killed in front of his home, CNN reported.

Tampa police and elected leaders hit the sidewalks to show their commitment to the neighborhood not long after the first murder. The cases remain unsolved.

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