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February 13, 2015 at 7:42 PM

Update: 2 killed, 1 injured in Everett shooting

Update at 11 p.m.: Police investigators have confirmed that two people were killed and one was injured in Friday night’s shooting in Everett.

The injured person was taken to a hospital, the Everett Police Department said.

The victims’ identities have not been released.

Update at 9:50 p.m.: One man was detained in connection with a reported shooting in Everett Friday night.

Officers responded to reports of a shooting of multiple people at a residence in the 2400 block of 75th Street Southeast, Everett Police Department spokesman Aaron Snell said in a news release.

While officers secured the area, police received another report that a man possibly involved in the shooting was at Forest Park. The man was located at the park and taken into custody without incident.

The Police Department is not releasing any information regarding potential victims, Snell said.

The area around Forest Park has reopened, but 75th Street Southwest between Broadway and McDougall Avenue will be closed for several more hours.

Update at 8:05 p.m.: Officers are trying to contact a person in connection with a reported shooting in Everett, police said. Officers have located the man in Forest Park; roads around the park are closed. Residents are asked to avoid the area.

Original post: Two people were reportedly injured in a shooting in Everett on Friday evening.

The shooting was reported near the 2300 block of 75th Street Southeast, according to the Everett Police Department. The Police Department described it as a “fluid situation” and did not provide additional details.

This is a breaking news story. More information will be added to this post as it becomes available.

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