TAMPA, Fla. -- The Tampa Police Department has received a total of 3,346 tips since their investigation into the Seminole Heights murders began more than a month ago.
Four innocent victims were murdered in Southeast Seminole Heights. There is a reward for information leading to an arrest; it's up to $100,000.
The president of the Southeast Seminole Heights Civic Association said they want to help, which is why they printed large posters with the Crime Stoppers information.
"Someone in our community knows who the killer is so it's a matter of getting the right message in front of them," Stan Lasater said.
Meanwhile, people who live in the area, will notice more patrols. FHP was asked by the governor and the police department to help.
“The extra effort here is designed to again, you know, create a visible deterrent so that no more killings take place and then also to help locate something," FHP Sgt. Steve Gaskins said.