SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU) - San Francisco Police have released the photos of two men wanted for questioning in the killing of a homeless man found dead in the doorway of a Marina District home.
Investigators say 32 year old Kelly Freeman was found on the front steps of a building on the 100 block of Alhambra Street on May 20th.
"Officers who responded to the scene discovered that he was bleeding from the head and was unresponsive," said SFPD Officer Robert Rueca.
Investigators say Freeman died of a gunshot wound. They believe that he may have been homeless as he had no known address.
"Once in a while they'll spend the night down here sleeping in a doorway but not too often," said Jim O'Sullivan.
He lives next door to where Freeman's body was found. "That was a shock, doesn't happen here too often," said O'Sullivan.
Police say the homicide happened sometime between 6:15 a.m. and 11a.m.
"People are out and about jogging walking through the neighborhood, and it's possible that someone may have seen something," said Officer Rueca.
Police are not calling the two men "suspects" but rather, "persons of interest."
The first man has a light complexion and was last seen wearing a maroon or purple hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and black tennis shoes with white laces, similar to Converse Chuck Taylors.
The second man , also light complected had a dark colored hooded sweatshirt , black jacket with white trim around zippered breast pockets, dark colored pants and what appear to be white and gray "Air Jordan 13" style basketball shoes.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of these men, you are asked to call SFPD.