Seattle police got busy over the weekend as they investigate several shooting incidents which includes one that killed a man at a restaurant.
Several Shooting Incidents Made Seattle Police Busy Over the Weekend
In Southeast Seattle, a man was shot in the chest. This happened after multiple suspects entered Rainier Teriyaki on the corner of Rainer Avenue South and Walden Street at about 8:30 pm last Saturday. The man was reportedly taken to Harborview Medical Center but died due to his injuries.
According to the police, the shooting happened during a robbery. The police are currently looking for three suspects who appear to have had their faces covered says Fox News.
Seattle Police Deals with Multiple Shooting Incidents
2.5 miles away, a man inside his vehicle suffered a gunshot graze to the head after some shots were fired from a passing vehicle. The man crashed into a power pole while he was trying to get away. The incident resulted in a power outage because some fragments or debris from the gunfire struck an underground conduit.
Three men in their late 20’s were also shot early Saturday morning in the city’s First Hill neighborhood. Luckily, the gunshot wound they acquired was not life-threatening.