Everett Police Have Witnesses, Casings, Shot Up Car – But So Far, No Victim

February 27, 2018

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Cones protect the shell casings near the gas pumps.

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An officer photographs a shell casing before collection.

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The Mustang was found in front of a house on 9th Ave. SE

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The Mustang was driven from the 7-11 with six bullet holes in the windshield.

Way more questions than answers following reports of a shots fired call at the 7-11 gas pumps at 112th and 7th Avenue SE Tuesday afternoon. Just after 3:30, 911 began receiving reports of shots fired involving a red Mustang and an SUV at the gas pumps of the 7-11 store. Reports were multiple shots fired and both vehicles had left the area. Arriving officers found several shell casings on the pavement by the gas pumps.

Officers began taking witness statements, looking for video and collecting shell casings. Others began checking the area for either of the vehicles reportedly involved. Around four o’clock a Snohomish County Sheriff’s deputy located a red Mustang with multiple bullet holes in the windshield. The car was parked in front of a house on 9th Avenue SE. There was no one inside the car when it was found.

Additional officers were called in and Snohomish County Sheriff’s Deputies, Mill Creek Police and Everett Police checked the house where the car was parked to make sure there were no injured people inside. None were located and Everett Police impounded the Mustang.

As of this writing Everett Police are still investigating but have not been contacted by any victims to report the shooting. Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Everett Police anonymous tip line at 425-257-8450.

Here are some MyEverettNews.com photos of the scene. Click photo to enlarge.



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