1 dead in Mill Creek apartment shooting

Police found a person shot dead Monday morning, in what appeared to be a homicide. No arrests had been made.

MILL CREEK — One person died Monday morning in a shooting at a Mill Creek apartment that police are investigating as a homicide.

Around 6:10 a.m., police responded to the Hawthorne Apartments in the 14700 block of Main Street. Once there, officers found a person who had been shot, according to a press release. They tried to perform live-saving measures, but the person died at the scene.

Further information on the deceased was not available Monday morning.

No arrest had been made Monday afternoon and the investigation was active. Police believe it was an isolated incident, and that there was no threat to the general public.

Detectives obtained a search warrant to gather additional information, city spokesperson Jody Hawkins said.

Anyone with information on the shooting can contact detective Sgt. Bart Foutch or detective Chris White at 425-745-6175 or investigations@millcreekwa.gov.

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