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The King County Sheriff’s Department released the above video Wednesday, which was taken from a security camera near the intersection of International Blvd. and South 188th Street in SeaTac, where a Tuesday shooting injured two, one critically.
Police are looking for help in identifying the suspects in the silver Ford Taurus, which can be seen about :20 seconds in.
Here are details directly from the Sheriff’s office:
The Sheriffâ€™s Office is looking for any witnesses to yesterdayâ€™s shooting in SeaTac. Two men were wounded, one critically. In addition, a possible suspect was shot in the groin, and the circumstances surrounding that injury remain unclear.
A video is attached that shows the immediate aftermath of the shooting. The video starts just after about 20 rounds were fired from an AK-47 or similar rifle into a stopped car occupied by four people, include a 2 year-old boy.
About 8 seconds into the video the victimâ€™s Cadillac can be seen trying to force its way through congested traffic after the shots were fired.
Then the suspectâ€™s Ford Taurus comes into clear view as three suspects clamber back into the car and it flees northbound on International Blvd.
Detectives would like to speak with anyone who was stuck in traffic and may be able to identify the suspects.
Witnesses are asked to call the Sheriffâ€™s Office at (206) 296-3311.