Transcript for Tampa police say they have serial killer suspect in custody
president trump relisted north Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism, so they could have made a difference. Thank you. Back home to a suspected serial killer. Police now questioning a man. Victor Oquendo in Tampa. Reporter: Tonight, police say they are questioning this man who could be connected to a string of murders in a Tampa neighborhood. Officers responding to a tip about someone with a gun at a local McDonald's. We confronted the person who had the gun, we know them we are interviewing them to see what they can tell us about this gun that they have. Reporter: Police say they've gotten more than 5,000 tips but tonight they say are hopeful they could have a break in the case. I'm guarded on the whole thing but I'm very optimistic and we'll see. It's gonna be a long night. Reporter: Earlier police have identified this man as their suspect seen on surveillance moments before the latest victim was gunned down November 14th. They believe he is the same man spotted on multiple cameras near the scene of the first murders. All four victims walking alone, killed at night or early morning just blocks apart, shot at random. For weeks this community has been living in fear, police doing nightly patrols. After the last shooting, the FBI going door-to-door. Seen here on this doorbell camera. Residents urged to stay inside while teams hunted for the killer they believed could be hiding out in their own neighborhood. Many arming themselves for their protection. Victor, on the case from the start. Police now kpexamining that gun tonight? Reporter: That's right. They have a gun, but haven't determined if it's connected to the murders. They don't know if this man is completely innocent, and so
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