SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Police Department responded to reports on Wednesday, July 20 that someone was shot just half a block from the Portero Hill Recreation Center.

Authorities received word of the incident at approximately 12:09 p.m. and arrived on the scene, which was on the South Slope of Portero Hill, a residential neighborhood.

South of 23rd Street, officers found the victim, a black male, gunned down between two black sedans that were parked along Dakota Street. The victim’s identity has not been released.

According to reports, police and paramedics provided aid and attempted to revive the victim by performing CPR. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.

The San Francisco Medical Examiner responded to the scene and the SFPD ruled the crime a homicide. Officers remained at the scene throughout Wednesday. No arrest has been made in the crime.

An investigation is underway, the San Francisco Police Department confirmed to San Francisco News.

The shooting comes after a particularly violent weekend in San Francisco: five people were wounded in shootings over the weekend and one man was killed in the Tenderloin District on Sunday morning.