Serial killer suspect footage reveals strange habit that could lead to arrest

Serial killer suspect footage reveals strange habit that could lead to arrest
The suspect is seen dashing from the scene of a shooting (Picture: Police handout)

Police fear a serial killer may be on the loose after three people were murdered just days apart.

Anthony Naiboa, 20, Monica Hoffa, 32, and Benjamin Mitchell have all been killed in the Seminole Heights neighborhood in Tampa, Florida.

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Officers have issued surveillance footage of a person of interest running from the scene where the latest victim — Mitchell — was murdered.

Tampa police chief Brian Dugan said: ‘I’ve come up with four reasons why this person might be running. One: they may be late for dinner. Two: they’re out exercising. Three: they heard gunshots. And number four: they just murdered Benjamin Mitchell.’

The video shows the suspect flipping his phone.

Serial killer suspect footage reveals strange habit that could lead to arrest
Police say the suspect has a habit of flipping his phone (Picture: Police handout)
Serial killer suspect footage reveals strange habit that could lead to arrest
Anthony Naiboa (Picture: Police handout)
Serial killer suspect footage reveals strange habit that could lead to arrest
Monica Hoffa (Picture: Police handout)
Serial killer suspect footage reveals strange habit that could lead to arrest
Mitchell is the latest victim (Picture: Police handout)

Dugan said he wanted to focus on that because it might be a habit of his and people should be on the look out for it.

He added officers believe the suspect has ties to the Seminole neighborhood.

Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn urged people with information to come forward and share with the police.

He said: ‘All you’re doing is protecting a killer. And that killer may take out one of your family members. So, you decide which side you’re on.’

More: World

Hoffa and Naiboa were shot dead within the space of ten days.

Officers have received around 350 tips regarding the case and the killer. There is a $35,000 reward for any information leading to his arrest.

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