BREAKING NEWS: The stalker climbs through the window of a suburban Seattle home to shoot dead a ‘friend’, 33, and her husband, 35, before turning the gun on himself: the victim’s mother escaped and called 911
- The unidentified stalker broke into the home in Redmond, Washington, at 2 a.m.
- Woman victim had complained to the police that he was stalking her
- His mother survived, escaped, and called 911; the suspect was also found dead
A killer climbed out of a suburban Seattle window last night to shoot dead a woman he had been harassing and her husband, before turning the gun on himself.
Neither party involved has been named, but DailyMail.com can reveal that the man, who was 38, was the subject of a restraining order recently filed by the woman.
Police say the pair were friends, but their relationship began to make the 33-year-old woman “uncomfortable.” It’s unclear how or when they met, but last night her obsession with her turned deadly.
At 2 am Friday, he broke into her home on a tree-lined street in Redmond, near Seattle, to shoot her and her husband of 35 years with a pistol.
This is the street in Redmond, a suburb of Seattle, where the murders occurred at 2am last night.
The stalker then committed suicide.
The woman’s terrified mother was also at the home, but she escaped and was able to call 911.
No children are believed to have been in the home.
Redmond police could not confirm if the stalker had a criminal record or obtained his gun legally.
It is also unclear if he lived in the area or further away.