Men on early morning jog in Mission District attacked, shot at

Two men jogging in San Francisco’s Mission District early Tuesday morning were attacked and shot at on the street, police said.

The men, both 23, were jogging on 22nd Street near Mission Street toward a group of three men around 2 a.m. when one of the suspects punched one of them for no apparent reason, police said.

The victims ran away, and the suspect pulled out a gun and shot at them before driving away in a vehicle with the two other suspects, according to police.

The two victims were uninjured.

No arrests had been reported in the case as of Tuesday morning.

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