SEATTLE - UPDATE, NOV. 18: Police said the shooting suspect is Alrick Hollingsworth Jr. He is 5-foot-5 and 160 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to call 911.
ORIGINAL TEXT: Police are searching for a suspect after five people were shot in downtown Seattle Wednesday night.
Officers responded to a report of a shooting on Third Avenue and Pine Street just before 7 p.m.,when people were protesting Donald Trump. Police later said the shooting was unrelated to the people who were protesting in downtown. Read about the protest here.
3/Pine shooting NOT believed to be connected to earlier demonstration at Westlake. Investigation ongoing.— Seattle Police Dept. (@SeattlePD) November 10, 2016
During a police briefing, Assistant Chief Robert Merner said the shooting happened in front of the 7-Eleven.
According to police, the shooting stemmed from a personal argument.
The victims -- a woman and five men -- were transported to Harborview Medical Center.
As of Wednesday night, two men remain in critical condition and the other three are in satisfactory condition. The victims range in age from 20s to 50s and sustained wounds to their legs, chest and neck.
Harborview update on Seattle shooting: 2 males remain critical, but stable. 2 males & female improved to satisfactory condition.— UW Medicine (@UWMedicine) November 10, 2016
According to police, it is believed that some of the victims were innocent bystanders.
Police are looking for a suspect, who is believed to be an adult male.
KIRO 7 News' chopper flew over the shooting scene.
The investigation is on going.
Anyone with more information on the shooting is asked to call detectives at 206-684-5550.
Police closed Third Avenue between Pike and Pine streets for several hours for detectives to investigate. Then later reopened the street to traffic.
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