A man was left with life-threatening injuries Wednesday night, after two suspects chased and shot him on an SF street.
The shooting went down at 11:53 p.m. Wednesday, near the intersection of 17th and Harrison Streets. According to the San Francisco Police Department, two men in their 30s were chasing a third man down 17th, when one of the pursuers "pulled out a silver revolver and fired."
Their shots struck the person they were chasing, a 42-year-old man. According to the SFPD, he was left with life-threatening injuries in the attack, and was transported to San Francisco General Hospital. No update on his condition was available as of publication time.
Police say that no arrests have been made: The suspects fled the scene, and remain at large. As of Thursday afternoon, no information on the motive behind the shooting had been released.