Police responded to a double fatal shooting at 16th Street and South Van Ness Avenue on Sunday night. (Bryan Carmody/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Woman fatally shot at homeless camp in Mission District ID’d

The San Francisco Medical Examiner’s Office has released the identity of the woman who was fatally shot Sunday night near a homeless encampment in the Mission District.

Lindsay McCollum, 27, was killed along with 51-year-old Eddie Tate, both residents of San Francisco, according to the Medical Examiner’s Office, which released Tate’s identity Monday.

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At about 8:45 p.m. Sunday, officers responded to South Van Ness Avenue and 16th Street after learning two people had been shot, police said.

When officers arrived, they found the victims suffering from gunshot wounds. McCollum was pronounced dead at the scene and Tate was pronounced dead after being taken to a hospital, according to police.

No arrest was made in the shooting. The suspects were described as two males in their 20s, police said.

The investigation is in the preliminary stages and police are seeking a motive.Crime

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