"Someone has to know who this individual is", he told reporters.
Dugan described the suspect as a black male between 6 feet and 6 feet 2 inches with a thin build and a light complexion. They're also asking for anyone with surveillance cameras in the area to check to see if it recorded anything that could be helpful. He believes it's the same person seen on video near the scene where Benjamin Mitchell, the first murder victim, was killed last month.
The reward for information leading to the killer's arrest has been raised to $91,000 thanks to funds donated from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Officials say both videos appear to show the same suspect. "When I spoke to her, she said if our officer had been five seconds earlier, he would have been able to stop it", he said.
NAACP Hillsborough Branch President Yvette Lewis told the Tampa Bay Times last week that she wants to discuss how police have increased arrests and stops in the neighborhood as part of a massive effort to catch whoever is behind the four murders committed since October 9.
Tampa residents are coming together finding ways to help people within the community of Seminole Heights and the loved ones of the four shooting victims. He was armed with a large black pistol and was last seen wearing all black clothing, according to police.
The police department is working on a serial killer theory.
Police said they believe those three killings were committed by the same person. "Everyone can do something, whether you donate your time, your money, or you go out and you're just a little nicer that day", said Baggett.
Two days later, Monica Hoffa (left) was also shot after getting off a bus. Monica Hoffa, 32, was killed October 11.
Police created a perimeter in Seminole Heights to search for the suspect but they fell short in their efforts.
Previously, officers didn't have much to go on other than a grainy video of a person running near one of the crime scenes.
The killer might also be linked to two other deaths - Monica Hoffa, 32, on October 11 and Anthony Naiboa, 20, on October 19.
The murder of Felton has again put the neighborhood on edge.
She said she exchanged text messages with neighbors who, like her, were in their homes looking on as cops investigated the killing.
Anthony Naiboa, an autistic 20-year-old, became the third victim when he accidentally got on the wrong bus and ended up in the neighborhood by mistake, police said. "They could be perfectly innocent, but I don't think so".
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