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US: Kent Police and FBI release sketch of suspect who shot Sikh man

KENT, WA, USA—After shooting of a Sikh man in Kent this past Friday, Kent Police and the FBI have released a sketch of the gunman.  The case is now being investigated as a hate crime.
The Sikh man, aged 39, was left injured when was he shot in the arm by an unknown man wearing a mask on Kent’s East Hill.  The victim was performing some repairs to his vehicle when he was approached by another man, who asked him to “go back to your country”.
Due to their inability to nab the culprit, the police and FBI are now asking for the public’s help to provide cues that could lead to the arrest.
A $6,000 reward has been announced.  Anyone with information can call 253-856-5808 to provide tips.
The suspect has been described s a 6 ft tall white man with a medium build.  He was wearing a dark hoodie and dark clothing at the time of the attack and lower part of his face was covered with a mask.
A suspect sketch released by the police further shows the man with thick, dark eyebrows and brown eyes.
Community members with information can also call Crime Stoppers: 1-800-222-8477

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