Police are searching for a man who shot four people early Friday in a Spokane parking lot on North Monroe.
The four victims were in a parked car at the NAPA Auto Parts store in the 1700 block of North Monroe. The driver sped off when the shooting began, the Spokane Police Department said. He drove to a Spokane hospital.
One man was in serious condition and another in satisfactory condition Friday, police said. Two others were released after treatment, according to police.
One was shot in the face, another in the neck and shoulder, a third in the hand and arm, and a fourth in the shoulder.
Police Lt. Jerry Oien said the hospital treating the victims asked that their identities be withheld for security reasons. The name of the hospital also wasn’t made public.
The man who fired the shots walked up to the car shortly after 1 a.m., leaned toward the driver’s window, aimed a gun inside the car and began shooting, police said.
Police said they don’t know what led to the shootings.
Three of the shooting victims are wanted by authorities.
The gunman is described as a Hispanic or Native American man in his mid-20s, about 5-feet-3 inches tall, 160 pounds with shoulder-length black hair. , DataTimes