Two men ended up at San Francisco General Hospital this weekend, after two shootings less than 12 hours apart.

On Friday afternoon at around 3:40 p.m., officers were called to Third Street and Quesada Avenue on reports of a shooting, San Francisco Police Department spokesperson Sergeant Monica MacDonald says.

Though they didn't find a victim upon arrival, an 18-year-old man arrived at San Francisco General Hospital shortly thereafter with a non-life-threatening bullet graze to the hip.

Police believe the teen was the victim of the Bayview shooting, but as he refused to cooperate, SFPD were not able to gather any suspect information or details on the reason behind the shooting.

Then, on Saturday morning at a little before 3, police discovered a man who'd been shot in the leg on the 100 block of Turk Street, which is near Taylor Street.

MacDonald says that the man had been arguing about money with the shooter prior to the attack. The Ex reports that a gambling debt might have been at the root of the disagreement.

The victim of the Tenderloin shooting was transported to SF General, and is expected to survive. As in Friday's case, no further suspect information was available, and no arrests have been made in either crime.