Law enforcement has not said whether or not this shooting is related to the "serial killer" who police believe is responsible for the deaths of three people last month.
Police responded to a report about shots fired just before 5 a.m. on Tuesday in the area of N. Nebraska Avenue and E. McBerry Street. They said they are looking for a thin black man, about 6-feet tall, wearing black clothing and carrying a large handgun.
Witnesses told officers Fenton was crossing the street when he was shot and killed just a few blocks away from a memorial honoring three others killed in Seminole Heights.
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.
"We think by their proximity and the manner it was done, they are linked", Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan said during a press conference Tuesday morning.
Police also asked gun-owning residents to check their homes and make sure their firearms were still there.
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The shooting death comes weeks after three people were fatally shot in 10 days within a 1-mile radius.
They are asking residents in the area to stay indoors.
Police urged Seminole Heights residents to stay inside Tuesday as they searched the area, which they sealed off shortly after the shooting.
The most recent shooting occurred about four blocks from where the second victim was slain on October 11 and cops believe the killer may live in the area. If it is missing, it should be reported immediately.
On Oct. 9, victim Benjamin Mitchell, 22, was waiting for a bus on North 15th Street and Frierson Avenue in Tampa.
Police patrolling nearby heard the gunshots and rushed to the scene to find Naiboa dead. Tampa police have received hundreds of tips, but have fallen short on solid leads.