No active shooter in Civic Center during Pride activities: SFPD

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San Francisco’s Pride activities ended early at the Civic Center due to security reasons. 

According to San Francisco police, officers around the Civic Center area responded to a shooting report at Seventh and Market streets at around 5:25 p.m. 

Officers said they were unable to find victims or witnesses. Police remain on the scene to ensure safety and security. 

The San Francisco LGBT Pride organizers tweeted that a musical performance was shut down on the Kaise Permanente when someone sprayed Mace into the crowd. 

“Although no one was harmed, it was not a pleasant experience,” the tweet said, confirming what was said at the time on stage. “We decided to cut the performance short in the interest of safety.”

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