Suspect at large after shooting man on Market Street

A man was shot in broad daylight Thursday morning near the intersection of Market Street and Golden Gate Avenue, according to police.

The man was shot at around 10:04 a.m. and taken to a local hospital with injuries not considered life-threatening, police said. The suspect fled the area and has not been arrested.

The shooting appears to have shattered the window of the nearby Dosa Allee indian restaurant.

Officers were still on the scene investigating shortly before 11 a.m.

Mariam Brooks works across the street from the scene of the shooting, and told the San Francisco Examiner that she was sitting at her desk when she heard five gunshots.

“We came right outside and saw everybody running around,” said Brooks. “About 30 seconds after that, the cops showed up.”

Last month, 27-year-old D’Quan Domino was shot and killled in broad daylight at Market and Jones streets.

“It’s starting to [feel] like a pattern — it’s really scary. It’s like the normal thing now,” Brooks said.

S.F. Examiner Staff Writer Michael Barba contributed to this report.

lwaxmann@sfexaminer.com

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