Suspect sought in 2 shootings that injured 4 found with self-inflicted gunshot wound

A man suspected in two shootings that took place in Renton and Issaquah Saturday afternoon that left four people injured was found in his car shortly before 8:30 p.m. Saturday, King County Sheriff's spokeswoman Cindi West said.

Suspect John McKay's vehicle was found in the 13000 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Way in the Skyway area. It appeared he had shot himself.

McKay, 48, of Renton is believed to be responsible for two shootings -- the first shooting happened about 2:25 p.m. Saturday and Renton police responded to a report of shots fired in the 4100 block of NE 5th Street.

An adult male victim was transported to Harborview Medical Center with critical injuries and two adults were taken to Valley Medical Center to be treated for injuries due to being "pistol whipped," police said. Officials said that McKay knew the victims and it is believed he targeted them.

Police gathered information at the scene in Renton that indicated McKay could be headed to Issaquah and Issaquah police and the King County Sheriff's Office were alerted.

King County deputies arrived on scene at a shooting in unincorporated King County that is believed to be associated with McKay.

The second shooting McKay is believed to have been involved in happened in the 13400 block of 209 SE. McKay reportedly went to the home of his former in-laws and chased his former mother-in-law outside, where he shot her, King County Sheriff's spokeswoman Cindi West said.

The woman was transported to Harborview Medical Center where she underwent surgery. Police are at Harborview as a security measure.