LIVE: Renton PD reports shooting at Renton transit center

No injuries are reported

Renton police are reporting a shooting at the Renton downtown transit center.

Police are asking for everyone to avoid the area.

According to a post on NextDoor from police, a shooting involving three people happened at 2:07 p.m., Thursday Aug. 15. One subject fled and his photo is being shared. He is armed, according to police.

Two subjects remained at the scene and spoke with police. Police stated in an email it’s believed the subjects all knew each other.

According to Renton Police Department, there are no reported injuries.

Renton police tweeted the photo of who they say is the possible suspect in the shooting, and ask that folks do not contact him and dial 911 if seen, and reference case No. 19-9282.

Anyone who was in the area or knows the subject in the photo is asked to contact the detective at jrenggli@rentonwa.gov or 425-430-7525.


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