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SEATTLE - Authorities have identified two suspects in Wednesday's shootout in downtown Seattle that left one woman dead and injured seven other victims amid a trail of blood and bullets, Seattle police say.
Both suspects are 24 years old and have lengthy criminal records. They remain at large and are considered armed and dangerous.
Suspect - Marquise - Tolbert - Arrests - Felony
One suspect, identified as Marquise Tolbert, has 21 arrests, three felony convictions and 12 gross misdemeanor convictions, according to public records.
The second suspect, identified as William Tolliver, has 44 arrests, one felony conviction and 18 gross misdemeanor convictions, records show.
Woman - Shooting - Pm - Wednesday - McDonald
A woman in her 40s was killed in the shooting shortly after 5 p.m. Wednesday near the McDonald's at 3rd Avenue and Pine Street. Seven others were hurt, including a 9-year-old boy. It was the second shooting in the heart of downtown Seattle's retail center in about 24 hours.
Witnesses said they heard gunfire and then saw two men running down into the transit tunnel. Police and medics quickly arrived at the scene, but the suspects got away.
Victims - Harborview - Medical - Center - Female
All of the injured victims were rushed to Harborview Medical Center, where a 55-year-old female was critically injured and a 9-year-old boy was in serious condition. The woman was upgraded to serious condition Thursday morning, while the child has since improved to satisfactory condition.
An officer at the scene told KOMO News that the 9-year-old had been visiting the Pacific Science Center earlier with his family and then got caught in the crossfire as they made their way down 3rd Avenue.
Man - Man - Man - Man - Hospital
A 21-year-old man, a 34-year-old man, a 35-year-old man, and a 49-year-old man were discharged from the hospital Wednesday night. A 32-year-old man remains in satisfactory condition at the hospital. Police have not released the identities of any of the victims.
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