Two Amazon employees and boy, 9, among wounded in Seattle shooting that left one dead and 7 injured

Mail Online | 1/22/2020 | Ariel Zilber For;Keith Griffith For;Associated Press
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Two of the seven people wounded in Wednesday night’s shooting that killed a woman in her 40s at a busy intersection of downtown Seattle were Amazon workers as police continue the search for two of the three gunmen.

Seattle police on Thursday asked the public for help in finding the two alleged gunmen - both of whom have extensive criminal records, according to local reports.

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Seven others - among them a nine-year-old boy - were wounded by the shooting, which began outside a McDonald’s near 3rd Avenue and Pine Street.

That is the same intersection that is home to BlueShift, Amazon’s office building, where two company employees were standing outside when the gunfire erupted, according to KCPQ-TV.

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Both of the wounded Amazon employees, who have not been identified as of early Thursday evening, were taken to Harborview Medical Center, where they were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

‘We are deeply troubled by last night’s events in Seattle and our thoughts go out to everyone impacted by this tragedy ... We are grateful to police and first responders for acting so quickly,’ an Amazon spokesperson said.

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Seattle authorities arrested one person in connection with the shooting.

Police on Thursday released the names and photos of two other suspects who are missing: Marquise Tolbert and William Ray Tolliver, both 24.

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Authorities are warning the public that the two men are considered armed and dangerous.

Both suspects have lengthy criminal records.

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One of them has been arrested at least 44 times and has been convicted in court of criminal offenses at least 20 times.

The other has at least 21 arrests and 15 convictions.

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Police Chief Carmen Best said that it was 'not a random incident' and there were 'multiple people involved as shooters' in what began as a dispute before 'people pulled out guns, shots rang out.'

Best declined to say whether the suspects were...
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