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* South San Francisco someone fired shots at a moving car on Cypress Avenue

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Someone fired shots at a moving car in South San Francisco on Sunday night but no one was injured, police said. At about 8:30 p.m., three shots were fired at two men in a Pontiac Grand Am as they drove north in the 800 block of Cypress Avenue, South San Francisco police Sgt. Bruce McPhillips said. No one was injured, but the bullets struck a parked car and broke a window, McPhillips said.

Arriving officers saw several people running from the scene, McPhillips said. The shooter, who was on foot, was described as a bald Hispanic man with a large build. He was wearing a T-shirt and blue jeans. The shooting is not believed to be random, but investigators have not yet determined the motive, police said.

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