Edmonds woman killed in triple-shooting is identified

Thanh Vy Ly, 20, worked at the Boo Han Market, where three people were shot Tuesday.

EDMONDS — A woman killed in a triple-shooting in Edmonds was identified Friday as Thanh Vy Ly, 20, of Mountlake Terrace.

The alleged shooter, Duy Phuon Nguyen, 27, remained jailed Friday with bail set at $3 million. An Everett District Court judge found probable cause to hold him behind bars for investigation of first-degree murder and two counts of first-degree assault, for the targeted attack on his estranged wife around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Boo Han Market in the 22600 block of Highway 99.

Two of her friends, who were with her, were also shot.

One of them was her roommate Thanh Vy, who worked at the Korean market.

Thanh Vy died at Harborview Medical Center. An autopsy confirmed gunshots caused the death, according to the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office. It was classified as homicide.

The other woman, 24, suffered a gunshot to the face.

The man, 23, was treated at Harborview Medical Center for wounds to his legs and stomach. He was expected to survive.

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