Gunman Opens Fire at Seattle Cafe Killing Two People and Wounding Three Others
Update, 7:22p ET - Harris Faulkner reports that the gunman in the cafe shooting spree has apparently shot himself dead. Officers say the found a man who matched the suspect's description.
From The Associated Press:
A gunman opened fire at a cafe in Seattle's University district Wednesday, killing two people and wounding three others. Police say one of the wounded has life threatening injuries and two are in serious condition. Police are searching for the gunman, described as a man in his 30s wearing dark clothes.
The shooting took place about 11 a.m. at Cafe Racer, a restaurant and music venue north of the University of Washington.
Evan Hill, who lives above the building were the shooting happened, said the cafe was an artists collective and performance space. "It's the strangest place to think of a shooting," Hill said.
Nearby Roosevelt High School has been locked down during the manhunt. Seattle School District spokeswoman Teresa Wippel says students also are locked inside Eckstein Middle School and Greenlake Elementary.
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