At least five people have been injured after gunfire broke out in San Francisco on Saturday night.
The shooting unfolded just before 9.30pm near Eddy Street and Taylor Street in the city’s Tenderloin District, police say.
All five victims are being treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
No information on the suspect was released, but police have confirmed ‘firearms have been recovered.’
‘No suspect information is available at this time,’ SFPD said in a statement. ‘This an active and ongoing investigation in the early states.’
According to social media reports, an armed suspect was ‘on the run’ after opening fire outside a grocery store downtown.
Witnesses reported seeing ‘four to five’ people being struck in the gunfire.
Footage showed a heavy police presence at the scene with multiple SFFD engines and medics standing by.
Multiple intersections have also been cordoned off by authorities.
‘This investigation is active and we have 5 shooting victims. Preliminary information is all victims suffered non- life threatening injuries,’ police said in an update.
Anyone with information is asked to call the SFPD tip line at (415)575-4444.
Source: Daily Mail |World News