San Francisco police are investigating a shooting that left three men with gunshot wounds, Officer Tim Buelow said this morning.
Officers responded to reports of gunshots at 4:13 a.m. at the intersection of Polk and Sacramento streets in the Pacific Heights neighborhood. According to Buelow, the responding officers found two men suffering gunshot wounds to their legs. They were transported to a local hospital in stable condition.
A third victim left the scene of the shooting and went to St. Francis Memorial Hospital, according to Buelow. Police are not sure about the extent of his injuries.
The victims were very uncooperative, Buelow said, and gave police no description of the shooters. However, witnesses gave police information about a vehicle that they saw at the scene of the shooting.
Police have stopped a vehicle in the area that matched a witness’s description and recovered a gun from the car, Buelow said.
Police are continuing to investigate the incident.
Bay City News