A Tampa neighborhood is on high alert after several people were killed in separate shootings.
According to ABC News, the shootings took place over the last 11 days in the Seminole Heights neighborhood and claimed the lives of three people.
The most recent shooting victim was an autistic man who was only 20 years old. He was identified as Anthony Naiboa.
Tampa police believe Naiboa was in the wrong place at the wrong time after accidentally getting off at the wrong bus stop after work.
About a week and a half earlier, a man was shot and killed just a few hundred yards away from the same location Naiboa's body was found.
The man was identified as Benjamin Mitchell, 22.
Two days after Mitchell was shot to death, a woman identified as Monica Caridad Hoffa was also shot and killed less than a mile from the other two crime scenes.
Police are currently investigating and are trying to determine a motive in all three murders. No suspects have been named at this time.
In an effort to find the suspect or suspects, a $25,000 reward is being offered for information about the case.
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