Sketch released in Aquatic Park ‘Pokemon’ killing


U.S. Park Police Wednesday┬áreleased a sketch of a person seen leaving the area of a shooting at San Francisco’s Aquatic Park last month that killed a man playing “Pokemon Go” in the area.

Police are asking the public for help in identifying the man, who was seen leaving the area shortly after the Aug. 6 shooting, which took the life of San Mateo resident Calvin Riley.

Riley, a 2015 graduate of San Mateo’s Serra High School who was attending San Joaquin Delta College, was shot around 9:50 p.m. near Ghirardelli Square, and pronounced dead at the scene.

Police today said a man, described only as a black male, was seen leaving the area shortly after the shooting in a white four-door 2013 to 2015 Toyota Avalon. A white female was also seen with the vehicle, police said.

Anyone with information on this man’s identity or on the shooting is asked to call the U.S. Park Police Tipline at (415) 561-5150.


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