The suspect in a fatal shooting on a Tenderloin street remains at large today, two days after the slaying occurred.

According to the San Francisco Police Department, it was 12:40 a.m. when they were called to the corner of Leavenworth and Ellis Streets.

When they arrived, they discovered a man since identified by the San Francisco Medical Examiner's Office as 38-year-old San Francisco resident Levar Watkins. He was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds, they say.

Watkins was transported to an area hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

The SFPD has not released any suspect information in the case, or a motive in the crime. According to an unnamed tipster who spoke with Hoodline, "shooter[s] in a black sedan fired on [a] van with three occupants, injuring one in [the] leg and another fatally."

Hoodline reports that police reviewed security footage depicting the incident, but the tipster says "the shooter’s car was pretty blurry. Crappy cameras at night."

Watkins' slaying actually preceded a previously reported homicide that occurred at 5 p.m. Sunday. In that case, a man who has yet to be publicly identified by the ME's office died following an altercation with an acquaintance. According to the SFPD, the suspect in that case has been detained.

According to an SFPD spokesperson, investigators currently have 45 homicides "on the board" for 2017 — the same number San Francisco had for the whole of 2014. For additional comparison, the city had 59 homicides in 2016, 53 in 2015, 48 in 2013, 68 in 2012, and 50 in 2011.

Previously: Altercation Between Acquaintances Ends In San Francisco Homicide