UPDATE: Suspect is now in custody, per SPD.
From our sister site, My Ballard – posted today, March 8th, 2013
Police are searching for a woman suspected of shooting a man inside a Seattle Parks and Recreation Department maintenance building on 82nd St. and Densmore Ave., just north of Green Lake. Police said she may have the keys to all of the city’s community centers, and Seattle Parks is closing all of its facilities and canceling scheduled programming for the night.
Seattle Police released this photo of the suspect, identified as 47-year-old Carolyn Piksa. Officers said she was wearing a blue stocking cap and a beige or green jacket. She may be driving a dark-colored SUV. If you see her, you’re asked to call 911 immediately.
The victim is in critical condition, and Seattle Parks says his name is Bill Keller, the executive director of the Associated Recreation Council. ARC is a non-profit that runs the city’s community centers, reports the Seattle Times.
Shortly after the shooting this afternoon, police launched an extensive search at the Bitter Lake Community Center near N. 130th and Densmore Ave N.