Bullets riddle South Seattle block in drive-by shooting

SEATTLE - Five businesses and five cars were hit by flying bullets along a South Seattle street in an overnight drive-by shooting, police said.

Officers responded to the scene, the 9400 block of Rainier Avenue South, at about 11 p.m. Thursday after receiving 911 calls about multiple shots fired, said Renee Witt of the Seattle police.

More than 50 bullet casings were found in the street at the scene. The casings, from a high-powered rifle and a handgun, littered the street from the 9300 block to the 9500 block.

The bullets caused extensive damage to five businesses and five vehicles. Windows were shattered in cars and a barber shop, pizza restaurant, a medical marijuana dispensary and other businesses. No one was injured.

No suspects have been identified as the investigation continues.

Anyone with information about the shootings is asked to call 911.