A man playing Pokémon Go was shot and killed at a popular tourist destination in San Francisco.
According to the LA Times, Calvin Riley was playing the popular mobile game at Aquatic Park in Fisherman's Wharf on where he was gunned down at 10 p.m. on Saturday night.
Sgt. Robert Jansing said there didn't appear to be "any outstanding motive right now," as the assailant didn't attempt to rob the 20-year-old and didn't take any of his belongings.
While playing the game at the popular waterfront destination, the student athlete reportedly went a few steps ahead of his friend and turned around a corner, when the friend heard gunshots.
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Though no witness are believed to have seen the gunman, police are collecting surveillance footage from around the area in hopes of revealing the shooter's identity.
Riley was a student at San Joaquin Delta College, where he was studying kinesiology and playing on the college baseball team.
The victim's family learned early Sunday morning that Riley had died.
Our hearts go out to Riley's family at this devastating time, and we hope the assailant is found and brought to justice.
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