TAMPA, Fla. -- Anyone with information leading to the arrest and conviction in the Seminole Heights neighborhood killings could be eligible for an ever-increasing reward.
It now stands at $41,000 as investigators continue to work to figure out who killed three people in October, Tampa Police Department Eddy Durkin said.
Various businesses and civic groups are contributing to the larger reward.
People can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS to pass along any information.
Tampa police have released photos and videos in their effort to find a suspect -- it is the only available imagery from the night of the first killing of Benjamin Mitchell on Oct. 9.
Police are also investigating the murders of Monica Caridad Hoffa on Oct. 11 and Anthony Naiboa on Oct. 19.
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