Tampa police are investigating after a body was found in the Seminole Heights neighborhood and residents are being asked to stay inside, according to reports.
They believe the killer may still be in the area.
The body of an adult male was found in a street in the Seminole Heights neighborhood, just blocks from a memorial honoring the three victims of last month's shootings, WFLA reported.
At approximately 5 a.m. on Tuesday, police patrolling the area received a call of shots fired and were at the scene within a minute, police said.
"I spoke with a woman who told me the man killed in Seminole Heights regularly helps with homeless outreach, and was out early to get set up", tweeted Meredyth Censullo of WFLA.
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On Oct. 9, victim Benjamin Mitchell, 22, was waiting for a bus on North 15th Street and Frierson Avenue in Tampa. Officials believe the person was shot to death.
The killings began on October 9, when 22-year-old Benjamin Mitchell was shot and killed in front of his home, CNN reported.
Police said they are investigating the case as if it is connected to three October slayings in the Seminole Heights neighborhood until they know differently. Witnesses described seeing a black man in his early 20's, wearing a dark hooded jacket, running from the area where this shooting took place.
Currently, authorities are offering a $41,000 reward for anyone who has information leading to the arrest of a suspect. No further details were immediately released, including whether the person was shot.