Shots Fired on 24th and Harrison

Photo by Rigoberto Hernandez.

Photo by Rigoberto Hernandez.

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A man wearing a black mask, black clothing and sunglasses fired multiple shots at someone near the corner of 24th and Harrison streets just before 2 p.m., according to police. The suspect was last seen running on Harrison toward 25th.

Four casings could be seen on the ground at the intersection.

No injuries have been reported yet, said police.

We will update this story as we receive more information. 

Correction: Police initially reported that the incident occurred on 24th and Alabama. The incident in fact took place on 24th and Harrison. 

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7 Comments

  1. Taca

    the title says Alabama and the text says Harrison… So, which one is it?

    • Police said the incident occurred on 24th and Alabama Streets. Additionally four casings could be seen at the corner of 24th and Harrison Streets. We will update the story as we get more information. Best, RH.

      • Kelly

        It seems like every week there is a shooting on that block. Any chance there will be beat cops in the Mission?

  2. Anon

    There was a shooting on 24th and Shotwell on Saturday night. I wonder if they are related

    • anonimodesf

      Def things’re brewing/brewed. Walking home last night, bunch of guys standing on 24th/So Van Ness in front of the donut place.

      One sed to another: But dood disrespected my home…

      Didn’t hear the rest, just wanted to get home without getting ventilated.

  3. Anon2

    The shots were fired at 24th and Harrison. I witnessed it. The shooter fired more like 6-8 shots before running up Harrison toward 25th. Wearing jeans and a black hooded sweatshirt.

  4. Matt in the Mission

    Glad to see the cops are spending ANY RESOURCES AT ALL in Dolores Park cracking down on weed smoking, rather than stopping random daytime gun shooting.

    Maybe I need to start going to the local SFPD meetings so I can express this to someone who might change.

    On the other hand, cops and politicians seem immune to criticism. I don’t know what to do. This all makes me sad.

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