by: KIRO 7 Staff Updated:SEATTLE, Wash. —
Seattle police did not find a suspect in connection with the Leschi double homicide in May.
Thursday night, police detectives served a search warrant at 130th Street North and Aurora Avenue North for Ali Muhammed Brown.
Police have been searching for Brown in connection with the double homicide.
A large police response was called to the area and police asked people to stay away from the intersection.
Witnesses at the scene took photos of SWAT vehicles in a nearby parking lot.
By 7.30pm, police wrapped up their search at the scene, and tweeted: "Leschi homicide susp not found @ 130/Aurora. Dets still need help finding Ali Muhammed Brown."
Police have also said another man, Matalepuna Malum is a suspect in the double murder.
Malu is in federal custody on unrelated charges.
KIRO 7 crews are on scene and will bring you more information as we get it.
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