This blue 1999 Honda Civic was used during a drive-by shooting on Nov. 26 along Pacific Highway South. Photo courtesy of the Des Moines Police Department

This blue 1999 Honda Civic was used during a drive-by shooting on Nov. 26 along Pacific Highway South. Photo courtesy of the Des Moines Police Department

Des Moines police seek vehicle used in drive-by shooting

Vehicle has been seen in South King County area.

Des Moines police are asking for the public’s help in locating a stolen vehicle that the suspects of a drive-by shooting drove on Nov. 26.

During the shooting in the 2300 block of Pacific Highway S., a 13-year-old male was struck in the arm and sustained a non-life threatening injury.

The Des Moines Police Department said the suspect vehicle is a blue 1999 Honda Civic with Washington license plate AKU8731. The suspect Honda has damage to the driver’s side front quarter panel.

The vehicle was reported stolen to the Bellevue Police Department on Nov. 7 and has been observed within the South King County area since the date of the theft.

Police consider the occupants of the stolen vehicle armed and dangerous, and ask the public to call 911 immediately if this vehicle is observed or located. Should a member of the public have information/tips concerning case 18-3025, contact the Des Moines Police Department at 206-878-3301.


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