Kenmore man pistol whipped, robbed Sunday

Police seek five suspects after a robbery and assault which sent one man to Harborview.

King County Sheriff

A 49-year-old Kenmore man remains hospitalized after he was attacked by five people while at a house in the 8100 block of Northeast 155 Street.

Police arrived at the house around 2:30 a.m. Sunday, where the man had been pistol whipped at least five times, according to a King County Sheriff’s Office report.

He was transported to Harborview Medical Center with head injuries where his condition was unavailable Tuesday, and his name had not been released.

The report identified three men and two women as suspects. According to the report they were carrying multiple handguns and a rifle.

Police said they beat the man with a pistol before stealing money, televisions and cell phones.

Authorities said the attack was not random, and they believe the victim was specifically targeted.

The report indicated the assailants may have been let in by the victim. An investigation is ongoing.

 

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