SFPD Investigating Early-Morning Homicide Outside Asian Art Museum

Photo: Jer
By Brittany Hopkins - Published on April 21, 2016.

The San Francisco Police Department is investigating a homicide that took place sometime before 2am this morning.

According to preliminary details released, the male victim was found dead on arrival at the corner of Larkin and McAllister.

Viewing the scene from a nearby housing complex, a reader named Jer said he saw police giving CPR to the victim around 2am in front of the Asian Art Museum. "Within 20 minutes the paramedics arrived & the victim was declared dead," he tells us.

Police described the unidentified suspect as a 25-30 year-old man. The type of weapon used in this case is also unknown.

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