A Phoenix community has turned into a ghost town after a serial shooter believed to be responsible for the death of seven people, including a 12-year-old girl, has sent residents hiding in their homes.
A full timeline of incidents was included on the City of Phoenix Police Department's Facebook page. "We need our community to help us solve these cases".
"Who knows? I really don't know", she said, choking up.
Phoenix PD has not rejected the option that there could more than one shooter, but as of now, has released a composite drawing of only one suspect-"a light-skinned Latino or white man in his 20s".
The Silent Witness Program has offered $30,000 for information related to the case.
The Phoenix Police Department has been investigating a string of unsolved homicides that have occurred in west Phoenix over the last several months.
Krystal White sits with her granddaughter Charlie Raye. Courtesy of Bre Angela White
June 10: A 19-year-old man named Manuel Garcia was shot and killed in front of a home near 6500 W. Coronado Road.
April 1, 2016: At approximately 9:00 p.m., Diego Verdugo-Sanchez was shot and killed in front of a home in the area of 5500 W. Turney Ave. One attack claimed the life of a 12-year-old.
According to CBS News, all the "victims have been shot at night, many outside of their homes with the killer using a handgun, arriving and departing in a sedan". "All of these incidents were already under investigation but have now been included in the series of violent crimes previously linked and reported", police said.
April 19: A 55-year-old woman named Krystal Annette White was found dead from an apparent gunshot wound at 500 N. 32nd St. around 4:30 a.m.
Authorities in Phoenix are feverishly following the bloody trail of the mystery killer of seven people, trying to catch a man they have named "the serial street shooter".
Not just asking for the public to report any suspicious vehicle or persons.
Investigators have found common threads in the deaths: All the victims were either shot inside or near their cars, in residential neighborhoods on a weekend night.