Seattle police say two drive-by shootings last night may be related.
The first shooting was just after 6:30 p.m. when witnesses reported the occupants of a tan-colored car fired at a second vehicle, shattering the rear window, near the 5300 block of 32nd Avenue South. Both cars were last seen heading south on 32nd Avenue South, police said.
The suspect vehicle was described as a tan Acura or Honda Accord. The second car involved was a light blue Honda with a shattered rear window.
The second shooting occurred around 7:15 p.m. when the occupants of a black Mercedes-Benz opened fire on two men in a white pickup at the corner of 48th Avenue South and South Holden Street. The occupants of the pickup returned fire as they fled west on South Holden Street, police said.
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No injuries were reported.
Police gang detectives are investigating the shootings.