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Two people grazed by gunfire Saturday evening
From Seattle Times staff reporter Mike Lindblom
UPDATE, 9:59 p.m., April 17
: Two people were grazed by bullets Saturday evening while standing outside a Burien apartment complex, but not seriously hurt, according to the King County Sheriff's Office.
A witness said bullets were being shot into the sky, instead of directly at people in the incident around 6:30 p.m. according to initial information from dispatchers. A sweep of the huge complex, along the 13600 block of Ambaum Boulevard Southwest, didn't turn up any suspects.
Police are sweeping through a huge Burien apartment complex, after reports of gunshots being fired at one or more people there.
As of 7 p.m., officers were involved in a search for suspects in and around the 13600 block of Ambaum Boulevard Southwest, according to the King County Sheriff's Department dispatch center.
One person may have been grazed by a bullet, but was conscious when reached by officers, a supervisor said, based on preliminary accounts. A dog and helicopter were being brought in to aid the manhunt.