At approximately 5 a.m. on Tuesday, police patrolling the area received a call of shots fired and were at the scene within a minute, police said.
This comes just weeks after three people were shot and killed over a 10-day span in Seminole Heights.
Police are investigating what they are calling a suspicious death.
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Chief Dugan is asking residents who own guns to go in their homes and verify that their guns are still there, insinuating that the suspect may have stolen any weapons used in the killings.
Hegarty said that streets will remain closed for several hours. Motorists are urged to find alternate routes.
People living in Seminole Heights have been on edge after the murders of three people.
The first victim, 22-year-old Benjamin Mitchell, was shot and killed on October 9 while he was waiting at a bus stop.
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On Oct. 19, victim Anthony Naiboa, 20, was walking north on 15th Street in the area of Wilder Avenue when he was shot and killed. She was shot and killed. Mitchell was shot and later died of the injuries he sustained.
Police in October released a clip requesting tips from the public and later in the month shared additional footage they believe shows the suspect near the scene of Mitchell's murder. There's also a $35,000 reward for anyone who provides information leading up to an arrest, CBS News reported. No further details were immediately released, including whether the person was shot.
Anyone with information regarding the suspect (s) is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-8477, report anonymously online or send a tip using the P3 Tips Mobile application.
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