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SFPD officer shot at in the Mission District
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco police are still looking for one, possibly two suspects, who shot at an officer.
Police say an officer was shot at from a moving car in the Mission District just after 1:30 this morning. The officer was not hit. Officers detained two people at 23rd and Bryant Streets. Officers set up a perimeter to search for others believed to have been in the car.
The intersection was briefly closed to traffic for the search, but has since been reopened.
SFPD, shooting, san francisco news, terry mcsweeney
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