Detectives investigating double homicide at Skyway Park Bowl | UPDATE

Detectives are looking for a third person they believe to be involved with the shooting

Early this morning around 12:45 a.m., King County Sheriff’s Office 911 received multiple calls reporting a shooting at the Skyway Park Bowl, 11800 block of Renton Avenue South.

According to a media release from the Sheriff’s Office, the calls reported multiple shots coming from the bar area of the business.

When deputies arrived on scene, a release stated, two men were found with multiple gunshot wounds.

A 24-year-old man from Skyway was pronounced dead at the scene by medics.

The other man, a 59-year-old from Skyway, was transported to Harborview Medical Center for emergency surgery. He later died from his injuries.

The identities of the victims have not been released yet.

Detectives from the King County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes unit obtained video footage from inside the bowling alley.

According to a media release, the detectives believe there is a third person involved. They are considering “that individual a person of interest,” the release added.

This incident is still under investigation and the circumstances leading up to the shooting are still unknown, a release stated.

Due to the ongoing investigation, the Sheriff’s Office are not releasing description information on the person of interest.

“Detectives are saying that it does not appear that this was a random act of violence and they do not feel that the general public is in any danger,” Sgt. Jason Houck said in the release.

Anyone with information is asked to call the King County Sheriff’s Office at 206-296-3311.

More information will be provided when available.

This story has been updated with new information from the King County Sheriff’s Office.


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