SFPD seeking Oct. 1 homicide suspect caught on tape

San Francisco police are looking for a man they believe is a homicide suspect connected to the killing of a 60-year-old man who died outside of a Polk Gulch coffee shop last month.

Marc Garcia of San Francisco was allegedly assaulted by a man outside of a coffee shop Oct. 1 near Bush Street and Van Ness Avenue.

Garcia was taken to San Francisco General Hospital after the incident where he died.

Police say they believe the man caught on a surveillance camera, which they have released, was working construction on the day of the alleged assault.

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