Police search suspects in San Francisco Worldwide Airport lodge taking pictures | Native Information

Police are looking for several men who got out of a car at the Grand Hyatt at SFO and started shooting at people who were in valet parking near two parked cars on Monday night.

Several people called 911 to report the shooting at around 7:53 pm, and responding officers from the San Francisco Police Department arrived to find numerous cases of various caliber ammunition. A dark SUV that crashed into a vehicle parked at the hotel was found by police, leaving the woman inside with a gunshot wound that was not life threatening. She was rushed to hospital, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.

The San Mateo County Sheriff’s detectives assigned to the San Francisco International Airport also responded and opened an investigation. Through the investigation, they learned that a white Acura SUV pulled up outside the Grand Hyatt and two to three people, described by witnesses as black male adults in their twenties, got out of the Acura and shot at people who were nearby two parked cars were in the hotel’s valet parking. The suspects then got back into the Acura and quickly drove away. The Acura has since been recovered as an unreported stolen vehicle. At least two other victims reported attempted carjacking by similar-looking men nearby and at the time of the incident, which the Sheriff’s Office said is also being investigated.

This shootout appears to be an isolated incident. The motive for the shooting and the suspects’ connection with the people they targeted are still under investigation, according to the sheriff’s office.

The detectives are investigating clues regarding the suspects’ identity, and anyone with information about the incident can call the anonymous tip line at the San Mateo Sheriff’s Office at (800) 547-2700.

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