Two men were rushed to the hospital from Dolores Park Thursday, after two different crimes led to their injury.
According to the San Francsico Police Department, officers were called to the park at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, after a 22-year-old man was struck over the head with a bottle.
Police say that the victim had been told that a third party had been robbed, so the victim approached the robbery suspect on the robbery victim's behalf.
Over the course of the confrontation, the alleged robber smashed a bottle over the head of the man calling him out regarding the alleged crime.
The bashed man was transported to San Francisco General Hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries sustained in the attack. The suspect, regarding whom the police did not provide any details, remains at large.
Police were back at the park at 9 p.m., when a shooting was reported on the park's northeastern tip at 18th and Dolores Streets.
In that case, police say that a 29-year-old man was approached by two male suspects in their 20s, one of whom asked him for a cigarette. The victim said he didn't smoke, at which point the same man asked him for a lighter.
When the victim pulled out his lighter to lend to the man, the suspect "pulled out a handgun" police say. The victim "grabbed onto the handgun, when a struggle ensued."
Over the course of the struggle, the second suspect pulled the victim's wallet from his pants pocket. "At this time the handgun discharged," police say, striking the victim. The suspects fled the scene on foot, according to the SFPD, stolen wallet in hand,
The victim was transported to San Francisco General Hospital to be treated for the gunshot wound, which police say is not life-threatening.
As with the earlier attack, the suspects remain on the loose. According to the SFPD, no arrests have been made in either case.