If you're going to commit a crime, at least flee in high style.
San Francisco police are seeking the gunman in a recent South of Market shooting, who fled the scene in a black limousine with nine other people, according to the San Francisco Examiner.
The shooting wounded two people over the weekend, according to police. Both victims, one of them an innocent bystander, are hospitalized but are expected to survive, according to reports.
The gunman is a man in his 20s, according to police. For reasons not known to media, the man approached a 42-year old man on the 400 block of Minna Street, an alley in between Fifth and Sixth streets in San Francisco, and shot him five times.
An accomplice to the shooter leapt into the limo with him. The limousine as well as the shooter has not yet been found, according to the newspaper.