A neighborhood in Tampa, Florida has been terrorized by a string of seemingly random shootings that have left three dead in little more than a week.
The shooter struck the Seminole Heights neighborhood once again on Thursday night when police patrols saturating the area heard the gunshots but were unable to catch the murderer.
Instead, they found dead Anthony Naiboa, 20, a man with autism who had gotten off the bus at the wrong stop on his way home from work and was walking to a different bus stop.
‘Enough is enough,’ Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan said in a frustrated plea to the killer at a televised press conference on Thursday.
‘I don’t know what your motive is. I don’t know what your problem is. There’s been enough carnage. You have severely affected some families.’
Victims (left to right): Benjamin Edward Mitchell, 22, was killed October 9; Monica Caridad Hoffa, 32, was found dead on October 13; Anthony Naiboa, 20, was killed October 19