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December 24, 2013 > Shooting at Bayfair Mall

Shooting at Bayfair Mall

Submitted By San Leandro Police Department

On Friday, December 20, 2013 at 4:30 p.m., San Leandro Police Officers responded to the Bayfair Shopping Center after several witnesses called to report a shooting that had occurred in the north-west parking lot of the mall.

When the officers arrived, they found a 24-year old male victim in the parking lot, suffering from a gunshot wound. Medical personnel arrived at the scene and transported the victim to an area hospital for additional treatment. The wound did not appear life-threatening.

Detectives and officers are currently in the process of interviewing witnesses, processing the crime scene for evidence and searching for video surveillance footage that may have captured the incident.

It appears that the shooting occurred following a verbal dispute between the suspect and victim in the parking lot. It is unknown as to whether or not there was any other motive in the assault.

The suspect is described as an African-American male adult, who fled the scene in a white, compact vehicle.

The San Leandro Police are requesting that anyone who witnessed this incident or anyone with information about the suspect(s) please call them at (510) 577-2740, with that information.

Anonymous Tip information may be left on a recorder at (510) 577-3278, or sent to the SLPD via a text message by texting the word ÒSLPDÓ and the tip to 847411, or through the San Leandro Police DepartmentÕs smart phone application for both iPhone and Android devices. Anonymous web tips may be submitted to the Police DepartmentÕs website at http://www.sanleandro.org/depts/pd/at.asp\

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