Reports: 2 men shot dead in Kent gas station dispute

KENT — Two men have reportedly been killed in a shooting at a Kent service station that began with a dispute over a car blocking access to a pump.

Police say it happened about 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at a Shell gas station.

The gas station manager told KOMO-TV that two men pulled in to fuel up but parked in a way that blocked other customers. Two men in another car complained, an an agrument ensued. The manager told KOMO a man in the first car pulled out a gun and shot the two, then drove away. Officers are searching for the suspect.

The Seattle Times reported that the two victims were killed.

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