SEATTLE (AP) -- Police say two rolling shootouts in south Seattle may be related, and gang detectives are investigating.
Officers first responded to reports of shots fired Sunday evening between a blue car and a tan vehicle driving down a street. The rear window of the blue car was shot out, but police found no evidence anyone was hurt.
Less than an hour later more shots were fired between a black Mercedes and a white truck. Again, no injuries reported. Detectives don't believe the shootings were random.