Four dead, six wounded in shootings at Tacoma, Wash., restaurant

TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — Gunmen fired a barrage of bullets inside a Vietnamese restaurant early Sunday, killing four people and wounding six others in an attack police say had the hallmarks of a gang hit.
About 20 patrons were inside the Trang Dai restaurant and karaoke club when at least three gunmen barged in around 1:30 a.m., police spokesman Jim Mattheis said.
No arrests had been made, and police were investigating whether gangs were involved in the attack, Mattheis said.
Two of the injured were taken to Madigan Army Medical Center at Fort Lewis, where they were listed in critical condition, Mattheis said.
An assault rifle was among the weapons fired, Mattheis said, and more than a dozen tags marking bullet holes were visible on the restaurant walls. No weapons were found among six witnesses who were in the restaurant when officers arrived, he said.
It was not known how the assailants fled, Mattheis said.
The shooting was one of the worst in Washington state since 13 men were shot to death during a robbery of the Wah Mee gambling parlor in Seattle on Feb. 19, 1983.