Everett Murder Probe Update: One Suspect Arrested, Another At Large Police Ask for Help To Identify Three Persons of Interest December 09, 2017
Persons of interest being sought by police. CLICK TO ENLARGE
(EVERETT, WA) -- The Snohomish County Sheriff's office says a 16 year-old boy was booked into the juvenile justice center for 1st degree murder, burglary and assault late Thursday night related to a shooting near Gibson Rd earlier that day that left one woman dead and a young man injured.
He had been detained for questioning earlier yesterday," said a sheriff's office statement.
Detectives now seek assistance from the public to identify three additional "persons of interest" in the case -- two males and a female, who they believe may have information related to the investigation.
See their photos at upper right.
Anyone with information as to the identity and/or location of any or all of these persons should call the Sheriff's Office Anonymous tip-line (425-388-3845) or submit a tip online (https://snohomishcountywa.gov/formcenter/sheriff-4/anonymous-tips-107).
Also related to the investigation, detectives attempted to contact an additional teenage male suspect at 16700 block of North Rd (Bothell) early Friday morning. A SWAT team was called in around 2:45 a.m. when attempts to contact the suspect by detectives were unsuccessful.
When SWAT team members made entry into the residence, they found that the boy had fled. He remains at large.