SEATTLE -- A man was found shot three times in Seattle's Woodland Park Monday evening.
Police continue to search the area for a suspect, but officers said there are no suspects at this time.
The victim was found with two gunshot wounds to his neck, and one to his arm. He was unresponsive when police found him around 5:18 p.m., but CPR was immediately initiated.
The victim, who was only identified as being in his 30's, was transported to Harborview Medical Center with life-threatening injuries.
Police now turn to the search for the suspect, focusing around the area of 6000 Aurora Avenue North, near the lawnbowling club, where the victim was found.
A K-9 police dog was brought in to track the suspect. It is not known how long the victim may have been in the park before paramedics reached him.