Man found shot to death in car in south Seattle

SEATTLE — Police say they have no suspects in the shooting death of a man in his car early Thursday in south Seattle near Seward Park.

Neighbors heard shots before 4 a.m. and saw the man slumped over his steering wheel as another car left the scene.

Police spokeswoman Renee Witt said the 27-year-old was shot multiple times. He did not live in the area.

Police are asking any possible witnesses to report anything they may have seen.

The shooting is the 24th homicide this year in Seattle, four more than last year.

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