Teen killed in Western Addition shooting

An 18-year-old man killed Friday in a shooting that injured two others in San Francisco’s Western Addition neighborhood has been identified as Jenonee Gaines, the Medical Examiner’s Office said Monday.

Gaines, a San Francisco resident, was shot multiple times around 10:50 a.m. Friday in the 1600 block of Turk Street near Scott Street, according to police.

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Two other victims, described by police as men aged 27 and 35, also suffered multiple gunshot wounds in the shooting.

The younger man was hospitalized with injuries that were considered life-threatening, while the other was less seriously injured, police said.

Police said Monday they are looking for two male suspects and a four-door vehicle in connection with the shooting, but did not release detailed descriptions.

Gaines’ violent death marks the City’s 49th homicide this year.

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