When officers arrived, they found the body of a man in the street.
Tampa police, responding to early-morning reports of gunfire, found a gunshot victim in the same Seminole Heights neighborhood where three people died in a span of 11 days last month, authorities said.
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.
Dugan described the gunman as a black male with a thin build, dressed in black and wearing a black baseball cap, and said he likely lived in the area.
Hegarty said the suspect couldn't have "gone very far, and we're talking to as many people as we can to see what they may have seen".
Television footage showed a heavy police presence at the scene of Tuesday's shooting.
After the earlier shootings, police increased patrols in the neighborhood and released surveillance videos of a hooded suspect. Forensic evidence is being collected. Nebraska Avenue is closed in both directions between Hillsborough Avenue and Osborne Avenue.
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Avoid this area of SE #SeminoleHeights this AM because of shooting.
This comes almost a month after a killer shot and killed three people over the span of 10 days in Seminole Heights.
Police urged Seminole Heights residents to stay inside Tuesday as they searched the area, which they sealed off shortly after the shooting.
Police say that they are treating Tuesday's suspicious death as a related case until they know differently. They are asking residents to examine video from any security cameras they have.
Anyone who may have any information, should call the Tampa Police at 813.231.6130.
On Oct. 9, victim Benjamin Mitchell, 22, was waiting for a bus on North 15th Street and Frierson Avenue in Tampa. Tampa police have received hundreds of tips, but have fallen short on solid leads.