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Friday, 6 February 2009

Gang-related shooting in the Central District.Seattle


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About 5 p.m., Seattle police received a call from a man who heard five or six shots near the Starbucks at 23rd Avenue South and South Jackson Street. Police spokeswoman Renee Witt said another caller told them there were some gang members shooting at a car in the Walgreens parking lot."We got varying descriptions of suspects," she said. "We also got information that there were six to seven males running behind Walgreens. But we got no solid descriptions of suspects."Police were looking for a large silver vehicle that might have been involved, but were not sure if that vehicle belonged to a suspect or possible victim.No injuries were reported. A pillar at the bank was the only property damaged.Police sources say that area is known for illegal gun sales.In May of last year, an 18-year-old man was wounded in a gang-related gunfight in the area. He ran into the Bank of America at 23rd and Jackson, saying he'd been shot, stunning customers and employees who called police.


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