Man fatally wounded near Fillmore McDonald’s

A man was fatally wounded near the McDonald’s in the Fillmore on Sunday, police Officer Carlos Manfredi said.

A ShotSpotter activation was detected by police just after 3 p.m., Manfredi said. Officers from Northern Station, which is just a block away, responded to the scene on the 1100 block of Fillmore Street and found a man in his 20s lying face down with multiple gunshot wounds.

The victim was taken to the hospital and originally listed as being in critical conditions but he has succumbed to his injuries, Manfredi said.

There is no suspect information as of late Sunday afternoon, Manfredi said. Officers are interviewing witnesses at the scene.

The homicide would mark the fifth killing in The City this year after the double homicide on Twin Peaks on Valentine’s Day marked the third and fourth. A suspect is in custody for the double homicide.

Anyone with information on the fatal shooting near the McDonald’s on Sunday is encouraged to call police at their anonymous tipline at (415) 575-4444 or by text at TIP411 with “SFPD” at the beginning of the message.

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