Transcript for Tampa neighborhood killer still on the loose
We turn next here tonight to fast-moving developments in the search for a possible serial killer in Tampa. Three murders in ten days. And tonight, right here, new surveillance of that person of interest. One showing him running away from the direction of the first murder. And in another video, a possible major clue. ABC's Victor Oquendo, again tonight from Florida. Reporter: It's the new surveillance video just released by Tampa police, showing a person of interest sprinting away from the scene of the first of three murderers. We believe that this person has ties to this neighborhood. Reporter: Also tonight, new angles of that person walking toward the spot where moments later 22-year-old Benjamin Mitchell was gunned down. Within ten days, two more victims would be shot to death within a half mile. Police going frame by frame, pointing out one clue. The mysteryman appears to be flipping his cell phone. Is that a habit? Does someone know a friend that -- I see them do that all the time. Reporter: Moments after the shooting, that same man running now running away from the direction of the crime scene. The police chief today saying he's come up with four reasons he might be running. One, they may be late for dinner. Two, they're out exercising. Three, they heard gunshots. And number four -- they just murdered Benjamin Mitchell. And Victor Oquendo live from Florida. And Victor, the police this evening, urging the public to look closely at these new videos out tonight. Reporter: David, police want the public to study every detail, from the way this person walks to the way they dress, even the flip of that phone. They're hoping someone recognizes something familiar that can help crack this case. David? Victor, thank you. And we move on this evening,
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