Authorities investigate San Francisco police shooting in Bayview

Authorities are investigating a police shooting in San Francisco's Bayview neighborhood on Thursday.

At around 3:09 p.m., officers responded to the area of Ingalls Street and Armstrong Avenue regarding a report of a person with a rifle, according to the San Francisco Police Department. When officers arrived, they located a man near Jennings Street and Donner Avenue.

"During the contact, an officer-involved shooting occurred," said Officer Paulina Henderson, a spokesperson for the police department.


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Henderson did not provide details on what led the officers to open fire. She said the man was injured but not by any gunfire.

Henderson said that less-lethal force was used to take the suspect into custody. He was then transported to a local hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.

Authorities did not specify what type of force was used on the man.

No officers were injured.

Henderson said a weapon was seized.

Footage from the scene showed crime scene tape and about a dozen officers surrounding the cordoned-off area.

The department plans to share additional information on the incident at a town hall meeting in the next 10 days.