Police are advising the public to be on the lookout for a dark gray SUV connected
to Saturday night's double homicide at the popular Twin Peaks lookout.
Police responded to the area at 2:06 a.m. on Sunday morning to discover three men shot. Julio Peraza, 21, and Rene Mora, 19, both of Santa Rosa, are dead, according to the San Francisco Examiner.
A third man was in critical condition as of Sunday. His current condition is unknown. There's no motive for the shooting as yet, but it's believed to have been a targeted event and not a random instance, according to reports.
While the shooting has in the short term led a local elected official to clamor for more cops,
the cops we do have are asking the public to keep eyes peeled for a dark gray GMC Yukon Denali which the alleged shooters carjacked at the scene to use as a getaway vehicle.
The SUV in question has a California license plate of 5PJU851, according to police. Anyone who sees the car is asked to call 911 immediately.
There is currently no information about suspects or a possible motive, according to police.
The shootings were the third and fourth homicides of the year in San Francisco, according to the Examiner, following the death of a woman in an apparent domestic violence incident near the Kaiser Permanente medical center and the Tenderloin stabbing death of a popular Apple contractor who was also a DJ.
The lone suspect arrested in the stabbing death has since been released.