Nearly three weeks after an Ocean View shooting took out storefronts, damaged vehicles, and left a man dead, the San Francisco Police Department says that they tracked the suspects to Oakland and have taken them into custody.

You might recall the incident — at 8:07 a.m. on Sunday, October 11, police were called to Broad Street and Plymouth Avenue in Ocean View on reports of a shooting.

When police arrived, they found a man who had been shot in the torso, and bullet holes in the windows of area businesses and nearby parked cars.

The man, who the Ex reports was 30-year-old Oakland resident Ryan Washington, died at San Francisco General Hospital later that day.

SFPD spokesperson Sergeant Michael Andraychak says that "From evidence gathered at the crime scene, officers were able to identify suspects and determined the victim was shot and killed during the commission of a commercial burglary," at, reports the Ex, the Dream Team clothing store.

“Some guys from out of town from the Oakland area they tried to come for a quick easy come up and it didn’t go too well,” Dream Team's owner, Donald Andrews, told the Ex.

According to Andrews, the three suspects stormed Dream Team and "one of the male suspects...allegedly opened fire multiple times, striking another suspected burglar fatally."

The other two suspects fled, but Andraychak says that SFPD Homicide and Oakland Police Department officers tracked them down, and on October 30 arrested 36-year-old Oakland resident Justin Irvin, who the Ex reports is believed to have been Washington's shooter. Also arrested was 27-year-old Oakland woman Angel Grayson, who was allegedly Washington's and Irvin's third conspirator in the abortive Dream Team heist.

Both were booked into San Francisco County Jail on charges of murder, attempted murder, conspiracy, and burglary.

Andrews, meanwhile, is left wondering if "he or his friends had done something to provoke the burglary," the Ex reports. Dream Team had been closed since the shooting, but Andrews says that they will reopen today.

Andraychak says that though these arrests have been made, anyone with further information on this case is encouraged to contact SFPD's Anonymous Tip Line at 415-575-4444 or to text-a-tip to TIP411 with SFPD at the beginning of the message.

Previously: Man Killed, Storefronts Shattered In Sunday Morning Shooting