Seattle detectives are asking for the public's help in locating a suspect caught on video intentionally targeting pedestrians in two separate vehicular assaults.
Detectives say surveillance footage from one of the vehicular assaults and cell phone footage revealed the full extent of the Nov. 26 ordeal.
The video shows a car targeting a woman, intentionally hitting her, and multiple people helping the victim before the car stops and drives off with the woman in the passenger seat. It is being shown.
In the second incident, which occurred just a few blocks away from the first incident, police say the second, unsuspecting victim was walking in the bus lane when he was struck from behind by a car. It was reportedly seen flying over the hood of a car.
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The suspect's vehicle did not stop in either incident, and officers said the speed of the impact likely resulted in serious injuries to the victims.
Detectives reviewed 911 call records, hospital records and searched the scene for witnesses, but were unable to locate the victim.
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Police are asking anyone with information about these attacks to contact the SPD Violent Crimes Tip Line at (206) 233-5000.
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