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by Shaun Knittel – SGN Associate Editor Seattle Police are investigating the double homicide of 27-year-old Ahmed Said and 23-year-old Dwone Anderson-Young, Sunday morning, at 29th Ave. S. and S. King St. Both of the victims were Gay and the two men had been seen earlier in the evening on Capitol Hill near R Place and Hot Mama’s. A vigil was held in the neighborhood at 29th Ave. S. and S. King St, at 7 p.m. Thursday by Social Outreach Seattle (SOSea) with both families of the men. At a press conference Tuesday afternoon, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray said no motives have been determined, but that police are working hard on the case. ‘This is a tragedy that has touched three communities,’ Murray said. ‘It’s important that we come together as we try to figure out the motives that might be behind this crime.’ The mayor was, of course, referring to Said’s Somali background, Anderson-Young as an African-Americ

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