$2,000 reward offered for ID of double-murder suspect in Pioneer Square

pioneerCASE UPDATE October 7, 2016 —
Seattle detectives believe they have identified this gold Buick Regal the double murder suspect used, including the license plate.

Detectives also have confirmed the hat the suspect was wearing is a Chicago Bulls hat, so they are asking you to think about everyone you know who might be capable of a double murder and who matches the description of the guy you see on this video and come forward to solve this case.

If you can identify the suspect or have any information that can help Seattle homicide detectives solve the case, call the Crime Stoppers hotline anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit the tip online at www.crimestoppers.com.

KILLER WANTED IN SEATTLE August 29, 2016 --
Seattle Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a double homicide suspect who is seen on surveillance video before the shootings on March 30.

“We’re looking for a guy who really has no gumption about taking someone’s life,” said Ret. Det. Myrle Carner with Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound.

According to witnesses, the suspect was dropped off in the alley east of the place where the victims were found in the 400 block of 2nd Avenue Ext. S.

The car appears to be a silver- or champagne-colored late-model 4-door Buick with a sunroof.

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According to a witness, the Washington license plate may have started with “AT” or similar to those letters .

“In the video, you’re going to see a suspect vehicle at first. It’s going down an alley at a relatively slow speed. You’re going to see brake lights come on, then you’re going to see a lone person get out of the car, which we figure is the shooter in this double homicide," Carner said.

After shooting both victims, the suspect got back into the waiting vehicle and fled the scene. He’s described as black, about 6-foot-2 and wearing a flat-brimmed ball cap with an identified logo on the front and ripped jeans.

“We pay a thousand dollars for a reward on a homicide. We’re going to pay $1,000 for each of the victims in the case so if you call the hotline and you solve this case, you’re going to be eligible for $2,000,” said Carner.

If you can identify the suspect or have any information that can help Seattle homicide detectives solve the case, call the Crime Stoppers hotline anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit the tip online at www.crimestoppers.com.