Transcript for Florida resort stunned by first murder case in more than 15 years
Next tonight a resort murder stunning a quiet community in Florida. The first case in more than 15 years. Police are searching for a suspect, wanted for killing two hotel employees in a robbery. Something in the video make police believe he may not be working alone. Here is Adrienne Bankert. Reporter: Tonight, a Florida vacation resort turned into a crime scene. A masked suspect caught on surveillance video gesturing with a hand to the throat, moments before the killings at this luxury hotel surrounded by white sand beaches. 2:41 A.M. Friday. Watch as authorities say the suspect -- wearing a mask and holding a gun -- walks through the hotel, early Friday morning. A short time later, leaving with drawers from a cash register, after killing 51-year-old security guard Kevin Carter and 59-year-old night manager Timothy hurley. He was my uncle and he raised me as my own and he has a heart of gold. Reporter: Residents here stunned. It's unreal, unheard for this island. I think this is one of the most secure cities in America. Reporter: Guests on vacation here forced to stay elsewhere. It's crazy. The last place you expect it. Reporter: Police telling ABC news there may be a second suspect. Any time we have individuals out there that are capable of the crime, clearly other people may be a risk. Reporter: Investigators say they have a lot of evidence. It's the first murderer in the town in more than 15 years. Tom? Adrienne, thank you. And there's still much more ahead on "World news tonight"
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