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UPDATE: Suspects Identified In Early Morning Double Shooting Near Moses Lake

Official Press Release:

EPHRATA, Wash. - Grant County Sheriff's Detectives have identified two persons they believe are connected with the shooting of two men north of Moses Lake this morning. Both suspects are sought on suspicion of attempted murder, first degree robbery and first degree assault.

Suspect #1: Bryan G. Brodil, 23

Suspect #2: Ivy R. Ramos, 27

Photographs of these suspects will be released once all witness interviews are complete - possibly later this evening

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Brodil or Ramos are asked to call the Grant County Multi-Agency Communications Center at 509-762-1160. Tipsters can remain anonymous.

Previous Coverage:

MOSES LAKE, Wash. - Grant County Sheriff's officials have released the names of two suspects they are looking for in connection to an early morning shooting of two men.

Police are looking for Bryan Brodil, 23, and Ivy Ramos, 27.

If you know the whereabouts of these two suspects, you are asked to call police immediately.

Previous Coverage:

MOSES LAKE, Wash. - Two men were shot about 2 a.m. Tuesday in the gravel parking lot of a wildlife access area near Moses Lake.

Grant County Undersheriff Dave Ponozzo says deputies responded to a report of gunshots and found the victims. They've been taken to Samaritan Hospital in Moses Lake, condition unknown.

Ponozzo says the men don't appear to be hunters and it's unknown what they were doing in the parking lot. There was no vehicle when they were found.

Detectives are searching the parking lot for evidence and waiting to talk to the victims to determine the motive for the shooting and identify a suspect.

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