Double 7-11 shooting: Four suspects accused of robbing; opening fire on group at West Seattle convenience store

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Seattle police are looking for 4 suspects in a double shooting at a West Seattle 7-11.

Police say a man and woman were shot outside the store, located in the 9000 block of 18th Avenue SW, around 4:30 a.m. Friday.

They say the 4 suspects got out of a car in the store’s parking lot and got into a fight with another group of people that included the shooting victims.

The suspects then robbed the victims of their cell phones, and the driver reportedly started shooting, wounding a male and female, police said, before the suspects got back in their car — believed to be an ’03-’06 gold Buick Century 4D — and took off north on Delridge Way.

Seattle police say the driver and accused shooter is a white male, possibly with blonde hair. The other three suspects are black males.

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Seattle police say both shooting victims received non life-threatening wounds, and medics transported them to Harborview Medical Center.

If you know anything about the double shooting, or how Seattle police can find the 4 suspects, call an anonymous tip into:

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