(Update) Detectives Seeking Additional Suspects In Double Homicide at 29th and King Street.

After thorough investigation by homicide detectives, Seattle police are now searching for additional suspects in connection with a double fatal shooting early Sunday morning at 29th and King St.

Police initially received information linking Matalepuna Malu, 26, to the murders, and are now working to identify other suspects in the case.

Detectives continue to investigate the case and Malu remains in custody at the King County Jail for a federal warrant and an assault investigation. The assault occurred in the early morning hours of June 1st, prior to the two homicides, and is not currently believed to be related.

If you have any information about this case, please contact detectives at (206) 233-5000.

UPDATE:

Detectives have recovered one victim’s vehicle after it was found parked on a South Seattle street earlier this week.

Tuesday afternoon, police located an apparently abandoned Mitsubishi Galant on Wabash Avenue and S. Cloverdale Street. Officers quickly realized the car belonged to one of the young men killed in the shooting at 29th Avenue and King Street. Police had been working to locate the victim’s car.

Officers had the car towed to the SPD Evidence facility, where Crime Scene Investigators processed the vehicle.

Detectives are investigating how the car ended up in South Seattle, and are still working to identify additional suspects.