San Francisco man killed in Sunnydale neighborhood identified

The San Francisco medical examiner has identified the victim of Wednesday’s Sunnydale killing as 23-year-old Bobby Jones.

The San Francisco man was found with a gunshot wound in his head outside a home in the 100 block of Brookdale Avenue around 6 p.m.  

ShotSpotter technology alerted authorities to the shooting, police said.

Sgt. Michael Andraychak said a second victim of the shooting had walked into San Francisco General Hospital for medical help. The 32-year-old man had suffered a gunshot wound to his leg, police said Thursday.

The relationship between the two men is unknown. There is no suspect description and it is not known if the shooting is gang related.

The suspect or suspects may have fled in a gray sports car, police said.

maldax@sfexaminer.com

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