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Three people were shot and killed in the same vicinity in less than two weeks in Florida

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Three people were shot and killed in the same vicinity in less than two weeks in Florida Three people were shot and killed in the same vicinity in less than two weeks in Florida

News24xx.com - Police in Florida are searching for whoever is terrorizing a Tampa neighborhood after three people were shot and killed in the same vicinity in less than two weeks.

According to the Tampa Police Department, The latest slaying occurred Thursday night, October 19 2017 when Anthony Naiboa, a 20-year-old man with autism, was killed in the southeast Seminole Heights neighborhood while on his way home from work.

Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan said in a news conference said, "Officers were patrolling the neighborhood when they heard the shots fired". After they canvassed the area, one of the officers found Naiboa.

"But it was too late. He was already dead when our police officers came upon him," Dugan said.

His father had called the police department, worried that his son was missing, Dugan added. Naiboa was the eldest of five children and had just graduated from Tampa's George S. Middleton High School last year, Dugan said.

"He was in the prime of his life, and it has been taken instantly," the police chief said.

Naiboa was killed about 200 to 300 yards away from where 22-year-old Benjamin Mitchell was killed on October 9. Investigators are searching for a person who was seen in surveillance video near the area the night that Mitchell was killed.

On October 13 2017, the body of Monica Caridad Hoffa was found about a half mile from where Mitchell was found, Dugan said in a news conference Tuesday. Police believe she died October 11 2017.

After Hoffa's body was found, police immediately linked her death to Mitchell's because of the proximity of the shootings, but Dugan called the circumstances unusual with no clear connection.

Authorities believe all three killings are linked because of when the shootings occurred and because all the victims were alone when they died.

None of the victims was connected to each other, police said.

Authorities have not yet determined any leads or motive for the killings and are offering USD 18,000 for information leading to an arrest, Dugan said.

 

 

 

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