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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Cesar Bermudez Killed in Mission District Shooting Last Night; Homicide No. 58

Posted By on Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 8:57 AM

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Two people were shot in the Mission District last night, killing one teen and injuring a second man.

Medical authorities have identified the deceased victim as 19-year-old Cesar Bermudez, a San Francisco resident.

According to police, the two men were on the 2800 block of Harrison Street about 6:19 p.m. when someone fired at them.

Bermudez died on the scene and the second victim -- who has not been identified -- was taken to San Francisco and treated for non life-threatening injuries. 

That's all the information police had to give us at this time. No arrests have been made and no suspect description was available.

The shooting death marks the city's 58th homicide this year, according to police. Over the weekend four people were killed in separate crimes.


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