Investigators Seek Video Of Lake Stevens Drive-By
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EVERETT, Wash. (AP) — The Snohomish County sheriff’s office says dispatchers made reverse-911 calls Thursday evening to nearly 4,000 phones, seeking information that could help catch the person who killed a 15-year-old girl in a drive-by shooting at Lake Stevens.
Kevin Prentiss of the sheriff’s office says the recorded calls were answered by nearly 1,500 phones; nearly 1,700 went to voice mail; and about 900 were not answered or disconnected.
The message says detectives are investigating several shootings in and around Lake Stevens the night of June 1 and morning of June 2, including the one that killed Molly Conley. The Seattle girl was shot while walking with friends.
Detectives are seeking anyone who may have video of cars or who may have seen a black car with front, passenger-side damage.
The reward for information in the case was increased to $34,000 earlier this week.
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