Man Dies After Being Shot While Driving in San Francisco, Suspect Remains at Large

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A Saturday night shooting in San Francisco’s South of Market district resulted in the death of one male resident when the suspects opened fire at his vehicle that he was driving, authorities said.

Unprovoked Shooting Murder

San Francisco police officers responded to the SoMa district at about 11:15 p.m. when witnesses reported gunfire at the 1100 block of Mission St. When law enforcement arrived at the scene, they discovered multiple ammo casings on the ground and the 25-year-old man with gunshot wounds.

Officials declared the victim was dead at the scene and his identity will be released to the public after his next of kin has been notified by the coroner’s office.

Authorities closed off a large portion of space from 8th to 7th on Mission into Angelo’s Alley on early Sunday while investigators were scouring the crime scene for evidence about the attack, CBS Local reported.

Police have yet to make any arrests in connection to the shooting and have not revealed any other information regarding the incident.

Danielle Joyce Ong

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