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SPD asks for help with homicide and shooting investigations

What do you think? Comments Off February 22, 2012 at 4:19PM

The Seattle Police Department is asking for public assistance in addressing a recent sharp rise in violent crime:

Recently there has been an increase in violent crime in many of our neighborhoods.  The Seattle Police Department views this increase as a public safety emergency. 

To date, the Seattle Police Department is investigating nine homicides, and many shootings that could have easily become homicides.  

Seattle Police detectives are investigating each and every one of these incidents, but they cannot solve these crimes alone.  Investigators need the public’s assistance with information and tips if they are to solve cases. 

Anyone with information on any of these crimes is urged to call the Seattle Police via the Homicide/Assault Tip Line at (206) 233-5000. Callers may remain anonymous if they wish.

In an effort to curb this recent increase in violence, the Seattle Police Department is implementing violence prevention emphasis patrols in every precinct of the city.  The dedicated emphasis patrols will work collaboratively with the communities and other stake holders to ensure that residents and visitors can live without fear.

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