One killed, one injured in Tukwila shooting Wednesday morning

Tukwila police believe this shooting is not random, the investigation is ongoing.

The Tukwila Police Department is investigating a shooting that took place at 4:40 a.m. this morning in the 3400 block of South 146th Street, according to a media release from the department.

When officers arrived at the scene of the reported shooting, they discovered a 22-year-old male that had sustained multiple gunshot wounds, the release said.

Officers along with the Tukwila Fire Department began attempting lifesaving efforts, which were unsuccessful due to the nature of the victim’s injuries. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene, the release stated.

A female victim associated with the male was also shot in the leg. She was transported by ambulance to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. The release said her condition is unknown at this time.

According to the release, the shooting is not believed to be random.

It also said detectives with the Major Crimes Unit are investigating the shooting. No arrests have been made at this time.

This is an active and ongoing investigation, the release said.

This post will be updated when more details become available.

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