PASCO, Wash. —
UPDATE. MARCH, 7. 2:25 p.m.
Pasco Police held a press conference on March 7 about the shooting of a 14-year-old near 22nd and Henry in Pasco on March 6.
According to Pasco Police, bystanders administered first-aid to a boy who had been shot multiple times until first responders arrived and their efforts likely saved the victim’s life.
Pasco Police have identified the suspected shooter, but no arrests have been made yet. The department is reportedly working to bring the suspect into custody.
Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact 509-628-0333 in reference to PPD case 23-11531.
Pasco Police are looking for a suspect after shooting a juvenile boy multiple times.
According to Sgt. Rigo Pruneda, officers got the call around 6:30 pm on Monday to multiple gunshots near the Rite Aid off W Court St and N 20th Ave.
We’re told the victim was taken to a nearby hospital with serious injuries.
The shooting happened at an apartment complex near the Rite Aid.
The victim and one other person, walked into the pharmacy to get help.
Pasco Police officers have shut down N 22nd Ave while they search for the suspect.
At this time, Sgt. Pruneda tells us there’s no threat to the community.
This is a developing story, which means information could change. We are working to report timely and accurate information as we get it.