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It's no surprise this story has made the rounds this morning; it's a bizarre one. According to Seattle Police, a naked, bloody woman was found

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Naked and Bloody Woman Found Screaming Outside Home in Rainier Beach

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It's no surprise this story has made the rounds this morning; it's a bizarre one. According to Seattle Police, a naked, bloody woman was found screaming and banging on doors of a house in South Seattle early this morning after a witness called police at approximately 2:15 a.m.

As Seattle Police Detective Mark Jamieson reports on the agency's SPD Blotter blog:

At approximately 2:15 this morning a witness called 911 to report a woman screaming inside a house in the 9700 Block of Arrowsmith Avenue South. When South Precinct officers arrived in the block, they located a naked woman covered in blood banging on various home doors. The Seattle Fire Department responded and treated the female for a gash to her head before transporting her to Harborview Medical Center. A neighbor then pointed out a particular house in the block that they believed the woman had been inside, and that several people had driven away in a car prior to the officers' arrival.

Officers checked the residence and found one of the doors covered in blood. They then began banging on the doors and windows trying to get a response. While banging on a window, officers could see inside that the walls were covered in blood. Officers then entered the house to check for further victims. No one was located inside the house, so the house was secured. The home owner returned to the house a short time later, without his car, and admitted that the victim had been inside his house. The homeowner, a man in his forties, was then taken into custody.

Obviously there are still many questions that remain unanswered. Jamieson says detectives quickly descended on the scene to begin working it, and he describes the investigation as "active and on-going."

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