Bayview shooting victim identified

A 24-year-old man fatally shot in San Francisco's Bayview district Monday afternoon has been identified by the San Francisco medical examiner's office as Dewayne Larry, of San Francisco.

Officers found Larry lying on the ground in the 100 block of Kiska Road at around 4:46 p.m., San Francisco police said. He suffered a gunshot wound to his abdomen.

Larry was transported to San Francisco General Hospital where he died.

San Francisco's third homicide in as many days has raised the total number of reported homicides in the city this year to 97, the highest total since 1994, when 129 homicides were reported, according to San

Francisco Police Department spokesman Sgt. Steve Mannina.

San Francisco had 141 homicides in 1977, Mannina said.

Investigators are still looking for two suspects who fatally shot two men in the Mission district early Saturday before fleeing in a car.

The shooting took place around 5 a.m. near the intersection of 18th Street and South Van Ness Avenue, according to police.

The victims were San Francisco residents Jose Camara, 21, and Jaiber Carballo, 20, the medical examiner's office reported.

There have been no arrests yet in either case, Mannina said.

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