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Two men arrested after Aloha shooting, chase

Two men are in custody after a shooting in a Saturday night Aloha shopping center parking lot and following a vehicle and foot chase by Washington County Sheriff's deputies.

One man was wounded in the shooting. His name and condition were not immediately released.

The names of the suspects were not immediately available.

According to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, at 9:48 on May 28, deputies were dispatched to a shooting in the Aloha Market Centre parking lot, located at 20571

Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway in the community of Aloha. When they arrived, the deputies found a man with what appeared to be a gunshot wound.

A deputy was near the area at the time of the shooting, and was able to broadcast a description and the license plate number of the suspect’s vehicle as it fled westbound on Southwest TV Highway. While the deputy rendered first aid to the victim, dispatchers notified the Hillsboro Police Department of the shooting and the vehicle’s description.

Within five minutes, a Hillboro officer spotted the vehicle at Southwest Cornelius Pass Road and Southeast Lois Street and attempted to stop it.

The driver did not stop and sped eastbound on Lois Street. The vehicle crashed into a fence at Southeast Imlay Avenue

Two men ran from the vehicle and one was captured after a short foot chase. The second man continued to run westbound through a residential area.

After an extensive search with K9s from Hillsboro police and the sheriff’s office, the second suspect was located at 11:53 p.m., over two hours after the shooting.

Washington County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigations Unit Detectives, the Washington County Interagency Gang Enforcement Team and the Washington County Forensic Science Unit all responded to assist with the investigation and process the scene.