One person was killed and another was injured after a shooting inside a MUNI train Wednesday morning in San Francisco.
The shooting happened around 10 a.m. between the Forest Hill and Castro stations, San Francisco Police Officer Kathryn Winters said.
One of the victims was pronounced dead at the scene. The other victim was taken to a hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening.
The suspect fled the train at the Castro station and remains at large.
Police said the suspect is a man who was seen wearing dark clothing, including a hooded jacket.
Investigators are also reviewing camera footage from the train and from the Castro station.
“We do have high-quality cameras, not only on our trains and we have multiple cameras on board, but we also have cameras in our stations,” Muni spokeswoman Erica Kato said. “So all of those security footage have been turned over to the police department.”
Police officer Kathryn Winters said the shooting appeared to be an isolated incident.
“I also want to assure the community that this incident does not appear to have any connection to pride events or does not appear to be targeting the LGBTQ community,” Winters said. “We really want to make sure our community members and visitors who are in town for Pride week understand that,” she added.
So far, it is unknown if the suspect had any kind of link with the victims.
Police continue to investigate the causes of the shooting.