Seattle Police seek public's help in locating murder suspect February 17, 2018
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(SEATTLE, WA.) – Seattle Police Detectives have requested the public’s help in locating a homicide suspect from a November 2017 double murder.
Police say Nyagah “Big-Baby” Baker-Williams (photo at right) is wanted in connection with a Belltown shooting that left two people dead and a third in the hospital.
Baker-Williams is 27-years old and satnds 6’1″-6’3″, weighs approximately 240 pounds, and frequents the Belltown and Downtown areas. Police say he should be considered armed and dangerous.
If you have information about Nyagah Baker-Williams please call 911 immediately and ask to speak with an officer.
The double murder
On Nov. 2, 2017 officers responded to reports of shots fired near 5th Avenue and Battery Street around 12:30 a.m. Police arrived and found three people with possible gunshot wounds.
The officers began providing first aid to the victims until Seattle Fire Medics arrived. Medics took over and later pronounced two people dead at the scene, while the third victim was transported to Harborview Medical Center for further treatment.
Witnesses told detectives that two groups of people were in a disturbance just prior to the shot being fired. They went on to say the suspects fled the scene on foot.