Happening nearby: Police seek information regarding shots fired in Edmonds neighborhood
Posted: February 2, 2016 886
Edmonds police are asking the public for help in the case of shots that were fired in a quiet residential neighborhood early Tuesday morning, Feb. 2.
According police spokesman Sgt. Shane Hawley, residents were awakened by the sound of gunfire at around 2 a.m. Tuesday in the 17100 block of 67th Avenue West. The first arriving patrol officers found several spend shell casings on the ground. A K-9 unit was called in to see if anyone involved was still on foot, but no suspects were found.
“As the investigation unfolded, investigators were able to determine that a house and vehicle were struck by gunfire,” Hawley said.
That vehicle and anyone associated with it was gone when police had arrived, and there was no evidence indicating that anyone had been hit by gunfire, he said.
“Based on the information gathered so far from independent witnesses, this appears to have been a violent altercation between known parties,” Hawley said, adding there is no specific threat to the general public.
“Investigators have had little cooperation from anyone believed
to have been involved in the incident. However, we continue to follow up on solid leads regarding the identity of the involved persons, he said.