Seminole Heights Fl Serial Killer Set to Strike Again in Next Few Days He is a Local Who Lives in Walking Distance To All the Murders
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Seminole Heights Serial Killer: A serial killer is typically a person who murders three or more people, usually in service of abnormal psychological gratification. The murders may be attempted or completed in a similar fashion, and the victims may have something in common: age group, appearance, gender, or race, for example. Victim Ben was 22, victim Monica (who looks a lot younger) was 32 and victim Anthony was 20, they are all Millennials. The killer appears to be targeting young adults in Seminole Heights Fl.
Ben Mitchell was killed around 9 p.m. on Oct. 9 near North 15th Street while waiting at a bus stop. Monica Hoffa, apparently, was killed two days later on Oct. 11, she was also shot in the evening, about a half-mile from the first shooting. Her body was not found until Oct. 13. Anthony Naiboa, who had gotten off at the wrong bus stop, was shot on Oct. 19 around 8 p.m. on North 15th Street. The police have released a video of a suspicious person who was wandering the streets on Oct. 9 and have asked residents for help in identifying the person. None of the victims were robbed. All three died of gunshot wounds. Disorganized serial killers are usually impulsive, often committing their murders with a random weapon available at the time, and usually do not attempt to hide the body. They are likely to be unemployed, a loner, or both, with very few friends.
The Seminole Heights Fl Serial Killer appears to be Set to Strike Again in Next Few Days, He is a Local Who Lives in Walking Distance To All the Murders, next possible location for him to strike could be in the area of N 77th Street and East New Orleans Ave, possibly around October 25th, see map above.
Police in Tampa Florida were warning residents in the Tampa neighborhood of Seminole Heights to be on high alert Monday after the shooting deaths of three people with no apparent links to each other.Police think the deaths could be the work of a serial killer, and they’re warning residents not to walk out alone at night. Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan believes the killings are connected based on their close proximity and time frame. Tampa cops are looking for an individual seen in surveillance video strolling through the neighborhood, wearing a hoodie, on the night of the first murder. “We have no leads,” Dugan admitted over the weekend. “We have no motive.”