By Edmonds Police | Press Release

EDMONDS, Wash., January 27, 2021 – Edmonds police are seeking information on a shooting that occurred just before 9 p.m. Wednesday, January 26. There were no injuries or property damage but police still seek to ID vehicle and suspects

Watch video here.

Officers responded to multiple 911 calls regarding sounds of shots fired. After an extensive search they were able to find several shell casings in the road near the 9000 block of Olympic View Drive. Officers conducted an extensive search of the homes in the area and were not able to locate anyone who had been injured or property that had been struck by the fired rounds.

During the investigation, officers recovered home surveillance footage showing a suspect vehicle, an unknown color sedan with fog lights.

Evidence collected appears to indicate that several shots were fired into the berm and brush along the roadway. A link to the video is included below.

This case continues to be actively investigated for additional evidence. Police are asking that residents of the area check their home surveillance systems for any possible footage of the suspect vehicle. If you believe you have footage, you can contact the non-emergency number for our dispatch center at 425-407-3999 and an officer will contact you.       

Police would also like to talk with anyone else who may have information about this incident. Please contact the Edmonds Police Department at 425-771-0200. Tips can also be sent to policetips@edmondswa.gov.

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