San Bruno man arrested in shooting at Caltrain depot

Police officers arrested a San Bruno man in connection with the shooting of a woman found wounded at a Caltrain depot Monday night.</p>

Responding to reports about a serious injury, officers from the San Bruno Police Department discovered the woman at the city’s Caltrain station, with an apparent gunshot wound to the head, according to a release issued by the department.

Officers arrested Christopher Sorro, 48, and booked him at the county jail on charges of attempted murder. The woman was transferred to San Francisco General Hospital for treatment, according to the release.

The San Bruno Police Department is still investigating the case and is encouraging anyone with information to call (650) 877-8965.

Caltrain service was not affected this morning, according to workers at its information hotline.

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