SAN FRANCISCO—A man has died after being shot on Wednesday, May 1 in San Francisco’s Mission District. Authorities have indicated that the suspect is still at large.

The shooting was reported at 4:12 p.m. in the area of 22nd and Bartlett Streets, according to the San Francisco Police Department. The victim was found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, where he later died.

The suspect has been described as a man in his 30s who fled the scene on a bicycle. No other details about the suspect has been disclosed to the public.

On Thursday, May 2, the medical examiner identified the victim as Jonathan Bello, 28. A memorial was placed at the scene where Bello was killed that included candles, roses and lilies.

Someone reported via iPhone that the memorial was “trash” to SF311, an automatic feed that sends quality-of-life complaints to San Francisco Department of Public Works. Many of these complaints include trash on sidewalks.

As of Friday, May 3, the report was still open on the 311 website, indicating that the memorial had not been cleared.