Gun violence claimed two lives within minutes in San Francisco this past weekend, and in both cases the shooters remain at large.

At 11:06 p.m. Friday, officers were called to the 300 block of Leavenworth Street, which is between Eddy and Ellis Streets. When they arrived, they discovered a male victim suffering from at least one gunshot wound.

Though the man was transported to San Francisco General Hospital, he was "later pronounced dead," according to a report from the San Francisco Police Department. Police declined to provide further information on the shooting as of Tuesday morning, and the victim has yet to be publicly identified.

Moments later, at 11:44, another man was shot — this time, at the intersection of 24th and Shotwell Streets, which Capp Street Crap notes was the site of a similar such shooting in June.

Though details provided by SFPD are sketchy — all they will say at this time is that the suspect used a handgun and the victim was a male who was pronounced dead at the hospital — Capp Street Crap reports that the victim was a 28-year-old Shotwell Street resident named Rigo. (A spokesperson with the San Francisco Medical Examiner's Office declined to confirm the victim's name as of Tuesday morning.)

“He’s basically the chillest one out of everyone,” a "distraught friend" told Capp Street Crap of the victim. A memorial for the victim has already sprang up in the area of the shooting, which Capp Street Crap reports also injured a second man.

Citing the ongoing investigation, a spokesperson with the SFPD declined to confirm that or any other details as of publication, nor did they have suspect information in either homicide to share. No arrests, police say, have been made in either case.