WSP seeks suspect in Fife drive-by shooting on I-5
FIFE, Wash. - Washington State Patrol (WSP) needs help identifying the suspect of a drive-by shooting on I-5 in Fife late Monday morning.
According to authorities, a dark-colored Chevrolet Silverado was heading south on the interchange ramp by 54th Ave E around 11:12 a.m. WSP reports a teal, older-model BMW SUV pulled alongside the passenger side and fired a single shot at the Silverado.
The suspect vehicle continued south on the interchange ramp and went onto I-5. The victim was not injured in the shooting.
WSP says no license plate information is available, but the suspect vehicle reportedly had a temporary registration paper in the top left corner of the rear window. Witnesses describe the suspect as a clean-shaven Black man with braided hair roughly two to three inches in length.
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Anyone with information on the incident or suspect is urged to call WSP Det. Kevin Pratt at (253) 538-3173.