Submitted photo from the Des Moines Police Department

Submitted photo from the Des Moines Police Department

UPDATE: Vehicle of drive-by shooting identified

Police ask if you see a blue 1999 Honda Civic with the Washington license plate AKU8731, call 911.

  • Tuesday, December 4, 2018 2:56pm
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A drive-by shooting occurred in the 23000 block of Pacific Highway South on Nov. 26, according to a press release from the Des Moines Police Department.

It stated a 13-year-old student was struck in the arm and received a non-life threatening injury.

The department has since received information that the suspect vehicle is a blue 1999 Honda Civic with the Washington license plate AKU8731, the release continued.

It also said this vehicle was reported stolen on Nov. 7, 2018 to the Bellevue Police Department.

The vehicle has been observed within the South King County area since the date of the theft, the release said.

The suspect Honda has damage to the driver’s side front quarter panel.

The Des Moines Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating the vehicle.

The release added, the occupants of the vehicle are considered armed and dangerous.

If the vehicle is seen, call 911 immediately.

For tips concerning this case, 18-3025, contact the Des Moines Police at 206-878-3301.

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