Seminole Heights businesses seeing drastic decline in sales

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – As a killer remains on the loose in Seminole Heights, local business owners are seeing a drastic decline in sales.

Amy Walsh and her husband opened Rabbit Hole Escape Games two and a half years ago.

Business was booming, until the four recent unsolved murders just a few blocks away.

Rebecca Kruse owns Yesterdaze Clothing and Antiques next door. She’s always seeing a decline in foot traffic in her store.

News Channel 8’s Jenn Holloway has more on this story in the video above.

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