One person is dead and two others have been injured in a shooting at a light-rail station in downtown Seattle, authorities say.
Seattle police released footage of the suspect late Saturday evening.
Detectives release surveillance video from Friday night Westlake Station shooting. Suspect shown fleeing tunnel with gun after shooting. Contact SPD tip line (206)233-5000 if you have information. pic.twitter.com/VKZh7zosp7— Seattle Police Dept. (@SeattlePD) September 14, 2019
Responding officers found three men with gunshot wounds in the Westlake light-rail station, police said. Officers performed CPR on the victims until Seattle Fire Department medics arrived and transported the victims to an area hospital, where one of them died from his injuries.
Witnesses reported seeing a male suspect flee the station on foot following the shooting.
Police detective Mark Jamieson told Seattle ABC affiliate KOMO there may have been a dispute between the suspect and the victims in a nearby McDonald's before the group ended up at the train station.
Shooting investigation near Westlake Station. 3 people struck by gunfire. Suspects outstanding. This is an active investigation, will update with additional information when available.— Seattle Police Dept. (@SeattlePD) September 14, 2019
Jamieson said authorities don't believe the shooting was random.
Seattle Fire Department officials said one of the victims was in critical condition and the other one was in stable condition, according to KOMO.
The shooting closed down multiple streets around the area.