According to police in Florida, there, may be a serial killer on the loose. Authorities have issued a warning for people in the Seminole neighborhood after 3 people have turned up dead in less than 11 days. During a press conference Saturday, police officials in Tampa didn’t shy away from suggesting that a serial killer may on the loose.
Tampa police have announced that anyone outside of their homes or roaming through or around the Seminole neighborhoods will automatically be deemed a suspect or a potential victim.
Benjamin Mitchell, a 22-year-old believed to be the first victim, was killed Oct. 9 while waiting for a bus. The body of the second victim, 32-year-old Monica Hoffa, was found in a vacant lot Oct. 11. And on Thursday, 20-year-old Anthony Naiboa, who was autistic, was killed after accidentally taking the wrong bus home from work and ending up in Seminole Heights.
A $25,000 reward is on the table for anyone who has information about the identity of an individual pictured on grainy surveillance footage found over the weekend. All three murders reportedly happened within a mile of each other. Local police are asking everybody to stay alert and do not walk alone at night time.