Police investigate daytime shooting in heart of Seattle



SEATTLE -- Police are searching for two cars involved in a shooting Wednesday afternoon in Seattle's Belltown neighborhood.

Seattle police said no injuries were reported in the shooting, which happened around 3:30 p.m. at 3rd Avenue and Bell Street.

It is believed the occupants in the two cars exchanged gunfire before speeding away.

Police swarmed the area, but did not located the vehicles involved. They shut down several lanes of traffic during the investigation.

Police said they believe the shooting may be gang-related.

Witnesses told Q13 FOX they heard several gun shots and tires squealing. They told police they saw three bullet holes in a tan Cadillac Seville.

Officers found six shell casings. Police say the other car may have been a newer red Ford Mustang or Dodge Charger.



Anyone with information is asked to call Seattle police.