A Washington State Patrol trooper directs a driver away from a street blocked off several blocks from the scene of an overnight shooting that police said left five people dead, Monday, April 22, 2013 (Ted S. Warren, AP)
FEDERAL WAY, Wash. (AP) - After searching an apartment complex, police say there are no more victims or suspects in a shooting that left five people dead, including a man shot by police in Federal Way, about 20 miles south of Seattle.
Police say there is no threat to the public. They have not yet said what led to the Sunday night shooting.
Arriving police saw two men on the ground in the parking lot. One of the men reached for a gun and eight officers fired at him. He was killed.
The other man was dead and a third man was found dead in the parking lot. A fourth man was found dead in an apartment.
Police say a woman found dead in an apartment may have been hit by a stray bullet.