A 23-year-old man was sent to the hospital in life-threatening condition after being shot by suspects in a passing car near 30th and Mission Streets at 6:06 p.m. Sunday.

Police arrested two of four suspects — a 23-year-old man and a 20-year-old man — they believe to be connected to the shooting. Their identities have not been released.

Armed Robberies 

Police report three men of an unknown age robbed a 43-year-old man at gunpoint on 18th and Harrison streets at around 5:24 a.m. Friday.

The victim was walking to work at 18th and Harrison when a car drove up, and the three suspects hopped out of the car. Two of the suspects pointed guns at the victim while a the third suspect took the victim’s cellphone and money. The three suspects drove away westbound on 18th Street.

No injuries were reported and no arrest has been made.

Minutes later, at 5:29 a.m. on 24th and Capp streets, two men believed to be in their early 20s robbed a 29-year-old man of some cash at gunpoint.

The victim was walking westbound on 24th Street when the two suspects surrounded the victim and demanded his money. One of the suspects pointed a gun at the victim, and the other suspect punched him. The victim handed his money to the suspects, who ran away.

No arrests have been made.

At 6:05 a.m. on 22nd and Valencia streets, two men believed to be in their early 20s robbed a 54-year-old man at gunpoint of his money and backpack.

The victim was walking northbound on Valencia when one of the suspects approached him and pulled out a gun. When the victim handed over his belongings, a second suspect took his backpack.

No injuries were reported, and no arrest has been made.

Police spokesperson Officer Giselle Linnane said that right now there’s no indication the crimes were related, but investigators will follow up to find commonalities and determine whether or not the crimes were part of a series.

Recent calls for service to police can be found on CrimeMapping.

Crime is trauma and the county offers different services, which can be found hereVictims of violent crime can also contact the Trauma Recovery Center at UCSF.