Seattle police detectives are on the scene of an attempted robbery where a man shot up a West Seattle convenience store and injured a clerk early Wednesday morning.
At about 2 a.m., the clerk at a 7-Eleven store on Southwest Holden Street near Delridge saw a man with a shotgun approach the door.
When the clerk locked the door, the man then fired, breaking the glass door.
The clerk was either hit by a shotgun pellet or buy flying glass, but has only minor injuries.
K-9 units were dispatched to search for the suspect, who is still at large.
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