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News Release
Clark County Sheriff's Office Seeks Public's Assistance in Shooting Incident - 02/02/23

On February 2, 2023, just before 01:40am, Clark County Sheriff’s Deputies responded with assistance from the Vancouver Police Department to a report of a shooting near the Pebble Creek Garden Apartments located at 5313 NE 66th Ave in Vancouver, Clark County, WA. The caller reported having caught two subjects prowling vehicles in the parking lot of the apartment complex. The caller confronted the two subjects, who were described as wearing all black clothing and ski masks, riding skateboards. The caller had followed the subjects out of the complex, onto NE 66th Ave, where the two suspects each produced a firearm and shot at the caller. 

A Vancouver Police K9 responded to the scene and conducted a search for the suspects, with the assistance of small Unmanned Aircraft Systems. The suspects were not located. There were no injuries reported in this incident. Deputies located a fired cartridge casing on the sidewalk along the east side of NE 66th Ave at about the 5300 block. 

This case is being actively investigated and the Clark County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance. Anyone who may have witnessed the incident and/or has possible video evidence of the incident or suspects is requested to contact Deputy Hulsey by phone or email: (564) 208-2375; ben.hulsey@clark.wa.gov 

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