Police: No obvious reason in Yakima comfort keep taking pictures that left 3 useless - Yakima Herald-Republic

Yakima Police Chief Matt Murray is unable to make any sense of a random capturing that left three useless at a Circle okay comfort shop in Yakima early Tuesday.

“He doesn’t get any cash, he doesn’t try to take anything,” he observed in regards to the suspect.

Yakima police shared a photo of the suspect in an early-morning capturing at a Circle k comfort keep on Tuesday. 

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Officers reviewed shop surveillance and witness debts of the mass murder without any thought of why it came about. The suspect, Jarid Haddock, 21, didn’t try to conceal his identity.

“The undeniable fact that he got here in with his face absolutely uncovered and shot and killed americans is awfully bizarre and extremely annoying,” Murray pointed out.

Murray mentioned the suspect first tried to enter the Arco AM/PM mini-mart at 18th street and Nob Hill Boulevard, but the save changed into closed and the door become locked. He then crossed the highway to Circle k.

“He opens the door and starts capturing these people who are getting food,” Murray referred to.

The save clerk became in the returned whereas the capturing happened.

The suspect then stepped backyard and shot and killed a person in a sport utility vehicle within the car parking zone, Murray pointed out.

The suspect went across the street to his own automobile, which turned into locked, and shot the window, acquired in and drove away, Murray spoke of.

prior assumptions that the suspect shot a fourth person and stole a automobile had been mistaken, Murray pointed out. no person else changed into in the suspect's motor vehicle, he said.

Police bought a name in regards to the shooting at 3:33 a.m., he stated.

Standoff on Birchfield street

Hours later, police discovered the suspect’s vehicle at a residence near tuition Parkway and West Birchfield highway.

A SWAT crew arrived on scene at 9:30 Tuesday morning.

Murray observed police have been now not certain the suspect is interior.

“So, we need to treat as if he’s there, but additionally the community needs to be cautious as a result of he nonetheless can be out in the group,” Murray spoke of.

Police replied to what they observed become a linked incident at North eleventh road and body of workers Sgt. Pendleton way in Yakima around 2:15 p.m.

law enforcement gather on West Birchfield road on Jan. 24, 2023, near the pronounced location of the suspect in a capturing at a Yakima convenience shop.

Emree Weaver / Yakima Herald-Republic Nob Hill scene

At noon, two our bodies were rolled out of the Circle okay on a gurney into a ready truck. 

The Circle ok where the capturing took vicinity is on the intersection of Nob Hill Boulevard and 18th road. A fuel station sits on each of the 4 corners of the intersection â€" a Circle okay, an ARCO, a 76 and a Chevron.

Daniel Bushman, a clerk at the ARCO throughout the highway from the Circle okay, observed the AM/PM comfort shop closed at 2 a.m. the day of the capturing. notwithstanding AM/PMs continually function 24 hours per day, Bushman noted the keep’s proprietor all started closing between 2 and 4 a.m. after a firearms-linked incident at another ARCO in Yakima.

Bushman wasn’t there when Tuesday’s capturing took region, and his save delayed opening until 9 a.m.

The proprietor of the Chevron facing the Circle okay, Sukant Khullar, observed his son opened the save at around 4 a.m., minutes after the capturing came about. The keep closed at once and didn't open once again until around 10 a.m., Khullar observed.

The Yakima Police department stopped via to take a glance at video footage from the store’s safety digicam, Khullar pointed out.

“It’s a fuel station, we know these sorts of issues can happen here,” he mentioned. “It’s simply reality.”

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