Car connected to fatal Lynnwood shooting found in Everett

Police are still searching for two men and a woman they consider to be armed and dangerous.

LYNNWOOD — Police found a Honda Pilot that three people used to leave the scene of a fatal shooting near Martha Lake on Saturday night.

The vehicle — the reported focus of the violent disagreement — had been abandoned in Everett. A 22-year-old Everett man was shot and killed during the argument.

Police were searching for those responsible.

A group of people were outside an apartment complex in the 16100 block of Ash Way north of Lynnwood around 9 p.m. They were looking for the Honda, which hadn’t been returned to the owner after it was loaned to a friend, Snohomish County sheriff’s Lt. Todd Swenson said.

The Honda arrived shortly after. There was an altercation, and at least one shot was fired, Swenson said. The Everett man, who reportedly was part of the group looking for the car, was struck. Deputies provided CPR, but he died from his injuries.

Three suspects had driven away in the silver Honda, Swenson said. Someone called police Sunday morning after spotting the vehicle parked in the 3900 block of Colby Avenue.

Police believe the suspects were two men and a woman. Their ages and physical descriptions were not immediately available.

Police said the suspects are considered armed and dangerous. They urged anyone who sees them to call 911.

Anyone with information or surveillance footage from the area is asked to call the sheriff’s office anonymous tipline at 425-388-3845.

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