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The fourth in a string of murders has claimed the life of a 60-year old man, Ronald Felton, in Seminole Heights, Tampa, FL. Felton was reportedly on his way to the food bank where he helps set up at the church once or twice a week. Witnesses heard five shots and he was dead.

Seminole Heights is a small, distinct area in Tampa that has been plagued with several killings within a “10-block, 15-block block area” the mayor, Bob Buckhorn, told CNN. These murders have yet to be solved, though information about the suspect has slowly begun to emerge. He is described as being just over 6 feet tall, a thin, black male with a little lighter complexion and was captured on security camera (watch the video below). He was seen at the scene of Fulton’s murder.

He has been dubbed a serial killer by many news organizations, but it is a bit premature as the investigation has not been concluded and the killer has not been caught. After the first slew of killings, Mayor Buckhorn said that, “We’re not using the word ‘serial killer’ yet because we just don’t have enough evidence. We’re not afraid of that word–if we think that that’s true, we’ll be happy to say it. But we’ve got to connect the dots.”

Last month’s victims were killed on October 9, 11, and 19. Benjamin Mitchell, 22, was shot in front of his house; Monica Hoffa, 32, was found dead in a parking lot just half a mile away from where Mitchell was killed; Anthony Naiboa, 20, got on the wrong bus and was killed as he was headed to another bus stop. Police suspect the perpetrator to live in the same neighborhood as all these victims.