In a speech given to police, Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn told investigators searching for the Seminole Heights serial killer to "Bring his head to me, all right?" The unusual message was given during a roll call where several dozen officers were gathered at a Seminole Heights park.
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After the Mayor finished speaking, Tampa's interim police chief Brian Dugan told officers gathered there have brought "a sense of calmness, a sense of peace" to a terrified neighborhood where a killer has been shooting people at random. A total of 3 people were killed in the past two weeks in the same Seminole Heights neighborhood. The victims are Benjamin Mitchell,22, Monica Hoffa, 32, and Anthony Naiboa who was killed just 600 feet from where Mitchell was murdered. Police have been heavily patrolling the neighborhood for the last 10 days but have not turned up any leads thus far. Police were close enough to hear gunfire when Naiboa was shot but arrived too late to catch the killer.
The chief asked anyone in the area to turn in surveillance footage that might have captured the shooter. In the meantime, local utility company and public works teams have been focusing their attention on repairing things like overgrown foliage, burnt out street lights and boarding vacant buildings.
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