Hypnotherapist identified as 4th victim of killing spree

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The Scottsdale Police Department is investigating a fourth homicide that occurred in the last two days in the area. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5) The Scottsdale Police Department is investigating a fourth homicide that occurred in the last two days in the area. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)
Police say Marshall Levine, 72, was found deceased in his office by an acquaintance. (Courtesy: Psychology Today) Police say Marshall Levine, 72, was found deceased in his office by an acquaintance. (Courtesy: Psychology Today)
Phoenix police released a sketch of the suspect who they say shot and killed Dr. Steven Pitt Thursday night. (Source: Phoenix Police Department) Phoenix police released a sketch of the suspect who they say shot and killed Dr. Steven Pitt Thursday night. (Source: Phoenix Police Department)
The scene outside of Saturday's homicide in Scottsdale. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5) The scene outside of Saturday's homicide in Scottsdale. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)
SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -

Marshall Levine, 72, was found dead in his office by an acquaintance early Saturday morning.  The Scottsdale Police Department confirmed that Levine's death is linked to the separate shooting deaths of a well-known forensic psychiatrist and 2 paralegals. Midday on Monday, Arizona's Family confirmed that the deaths of 2 people at a home in Fountain Hills is also linked to the killing spree. In all, six people have been found shot to death since Thursday. 

Levine worked as a life coach and hypnotherapist and had an office in a Scottsdale business park near Hayden and Mountain View Roads. 

Police say an acquaintance discovered his body in his office. 

[RELATED: 2 paralegals shot and killed at south Scottsdale law office]

The Phoenix and Scottsdale police departments have not yet released information on how they have linked all of the deaths. Arizona's Family has confirmed the suspect's identity as 56-year-old Dwight Jones.  He shot and killed himself Monday morning at a Scottsdale hotel as police were closing in on him. 

Scottsdale police also identified the two victims in Friday's double homicide at a law office near Indian School and Miller roads.

The victims were identified as 48-year-old Veleria Sharp and 49-year-old Laura Anderson. 

According to Scottsdale police, both victims worked as paralegals at Burt Feldman Grenier. The firm released this statement regarding the shooting at the firm’s office Friday:

Elizabeth, Sandra and Marykay are shocked and deeply saddened by the horrific events that transpired Friday. 
 
Laura has worked with us as family for more than ten years. Her intellect, passion and friendship has meant more to us than we can even begin to convey. She was more than a coworker, she was a friend, a mother, grandmother, daughter and wife and gave all of herself to her family, her friends and her work. 
 
Veleria was a treasured member of our work family.  She brought joy, calmness, warmth and compassion to all that she did. She was a dedicated mother, wife and daughter.  She and her family shared a deep passion for music and their faith.  
 
Our hearts are heavy for their families at this time.  We are assisting the Scottsdale Police Department as they work to solve this horrible murder.  We thank everyone for their concern and ask that you give us and their families privacy as we mourn these losses.

[RELATED: Forensic psychiatrist Steven Pitt remembered for keeping public informed about murder cases]

A woman who identified herself as a local attorney said she started a GoFundMe page and said all the proceeds will go to the families.

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