April 18, 2024 10:10 am

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Community on edge, homicide at Lynnwood condominium complex

LYNNWOOD—A man in his 30’s has been found dead in his north Lynnwood condominium early Tuesday morning, February 27, in what Deputies believe to be a targeted homicide.

Location of Brio Condominium. SOURCE: Google Maps.

Deputies working for the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office responded to an assault with weapons call around midnight Tuesday morning. When they arrived on scene, they located an adult male deceased inside where he was living at the Brio Condominium complex at 15415 35th Avenue West, just north of Lynnwood in the Picnic Point area of unincorporated Snohomish County and just half-a-mile from the 2021 shooting death of Tejpal Singh, who was murdered while working a shift at a Chevron station.

The latest unincorporated Lynnwood homicide victim was reportedly alone in the condominium when deputies arrived on scene.

The Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating the case as a homicide but does not know what type of weapon was used for the murder yet.

Detectives are currently looking for potential witnesses, surveillance footage, and identifying any potential suspects. There is currently no suspect in custody the Sheriff’s Department said, nor witnesses although a nearby neighbor did phone in the 911 call.

Courtney O’Keefe, Public Information Officer for the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Department, said it is currently unknown if there is still any threat to the public or not. She continued that deputies are confident the attack was not random and seemed to be targeted toward the deceased individual.

It is also unknown whether the attack was gang related, or drug related.

This latest homicide follows the unrelated incident of an assault on Sunday, February 25, near Alderwood Mall that led to a police chase transpiring in a shootout near the 36th Avenue I-5 onramp.

This is a developing story. Please check back soon as more information becomes available.

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