The San Francisco Police Department is investigating five shootings that have injured three people and damaged a car this week, but so far, no suspects have been located or identified.

Sunday, October 12
At 7:10 p.m. Sunday, a 15-year-old boy was shot in the torso on the 1000 block of Webster Street, which is near Golden Gate Avenue.

Police say that the teen's injuries weren't life-threatening, but that he refused to cooperate with investigators.

Monday, October 13
At 2 a.m. Monday, a 31-year-old man was shot in the back at Mission and Randall Streets, right by the Shell station.

According to police, the suspect fled in a "white sedan," and hasn't been identified.

The victim was transported to San Francisco General Hospital with injuries police say were not life threatening. At publication time, SFPD did not have a clear motive to report for the attack.

At 3 a.m. Tuesday. a man was shot on Jefferson Street near Pier 45. He was taken to SF General, and is expected to survive.

Then at noon, police responded to a vehicle collision at Ingalls Street and LaSalle Avenue. When they arrived, they found one man and two vehicles. The man said that one vehicle had been chasing another vehicle, and the one being pursued slammed into his car, then ended up on the sidewalk.

The pursuing vehicle took off, and the driver of the sidewalk-bound car fled on foot to SFPD's Bayview Station, where he told police that the driver of a newer-model black sedan pulled up next to him and started shooting.

The man wasn't hit by the gunfire, but police found several bullet holes in his car from the shooting.

Finally, at 3:45, police were called to 22nd and Connecticut Streets, which is near the Connecticut Friendship Garden at the top of Potrero Hill at the top of Potrero Hill, by reports that shots had been fired.

They found several bullet casings in the street, but even after interviewing numerous witnesses, no victims or damage was found.

Know anything about any of these shootings? Call SFPD's anonymous tip line at (415) 575-4444.