A man was shot to death in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood this morning, taking San Francsico's homicide count to 34 for the year.

Police say that the shooting was reported at 5:05 a.m. Friday, on the first block of Turk Street (which is between Mason and Taylor Streets).

According to a report from the San Francisco Police Department, officers responding to the scene discovered a 43-year-old male victim suffering from at least gunshot wound. Though he was transported to San Francisco General Hospital, he did not survive.

As of publication time, the San Francisco Medical Examiner's Office had not publicly identified the victim. Police did not provide any details on the suspect or any possible motive behind the shooting, but confirmed that no arrests have been made.

Today's homicide is SF's 34th for 2017, following the fatal shooting of East Bay PE teacher Carlo Tateo as he left a SoMa business on Sunday. As with today's slaying, no arrests have been made in Tateo's case.

Previously: The Man Killed In SoMa Over The Weekend Was A Beloved East Bay PE Teacher