San Francisco (KRON) — The Man Who Was Shot at Safeway in San Francisco Security guards were trying to stop a shoplifter on Saturday, San Francisco police said Monday. The victim sustained a life-threatening gunshot wound.
Shortly after 6 p.m., police were called to the store at 4950 Mission Street and received a call of a shooting. Officers found the victim and provided it before being taken to the hospital.
SFPD said officers spotted the suspect trying to flee in a munibus. He was arrested and identified as 50-year-old Andre Brown.
Brown was charged with robbery, attempted murder, and multiple other felonies. He was also wanted by the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Bureau on gun charges.
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Safeway has provided a statement to KRON4 regarding this incident.
The incident is under investigation by the San Francisco Police Department. We are fully cooperating with the police by providing information that will assist them in their investigation.
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