Neighbors still scared as hunt continues for Phoenix serial shooter

Posted at 6:33 PM, Jul 28, 2016

Flyers continue to be posted throughout Maryvale, as neighborhood watch groups spread the word about the Phoenix serial shooter, trying to get someone to come forward.

"Please don't cover this crime up. There are a lot of people who know who this is and don't want to say who it is," said Rosa Pastrada, with Osborn Block Watch.

The Phoenix serial shooter has been targeting victims since March.

His first victim, a 16-year-old boy, survived. Nine people have been shot, seven of them have died.

Some residents in Maryvale knew about the cases, but others were clueless.

Maria Hernandez, who drives an ice cream truck through the neighborhood, says she's never seen the sketch and now she's concerned.

"I am scared for me, the neighbors and everyone," said Hernandez.

A $30,000 reward is being offered for any information that will lead to an arrest. If you know anything, call Silent Witness.