Another SF home riddled with bullets

For a third time this month Monday, gunmen sprayed bullets into an inhabited home in San Francisco.

Several shots were fired into a Bayview residence just before noon Monday, police said. The 45-year-old man inside the home was not hit.

Suspects in a car drove up to the home in the 1200 block of Revere Street and fired one shot from the vehicle. A gunman then got out, fired more shots and then fled in the 4-door, dark green car, police said.

The suspects, described as black men in their early 20s, remain on the lam, police said.

Last week, another Bayview home took gunfire. The resident of the home in the 1600 block of Sunnydale was upstairs when the bullets punctured holes through the ground-floor walls. He was not injured.

On Oct. 1, a couple and their young children were unharmed when their Glen Park home took bullets. The gunshots rang out around 4 a.m. in the unit block of Addison Street, police said. Some bullets struck a vehicle, others a residence, they said.

The residents were asleep at the time of the shooting, police said.

maldax@sfexaminer.com

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