SAN FRANCISCO (CBS 5/BCN) — A man was shot dead Thursday afternoon by a gunman who chased him into a coffee shop at Polk and Geary streets, according to police.

Officers indicated that the 25-year old victim was shot multiple times.  He was identified by the medical examiner’s office as Terry Turner, a San Francisco resident.

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Authorities said the gunman fled the shooting scene on foot.

According to police, an unknown male suspect chased Turner into a coffee shop in the 900 block of Polk Street around 4:20 p.m.

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The suspect shot Turner multiple times in the abdomen and head with a handgun, and then fled, police said. Turner was pronounced dead at the scene.

A bag was also taken from Turner, according to police.

Police were looking for a suspect described as a 30-year-old black male, 6′, 190 lbs. with short hair and a scruffy beard. The man was wearing a green ski or cargo jacket and dark-colored pants.

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