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No motive yet in SF jewelry store fatal shootings

Terry Collins, Associated Press

In this frame grab from video, emergency personnel tend to an injured man after a shooting outside a shopping center in San Francisco, Friday July 12, 2013. Two women were killed and a man was wounded on Friday before a suspect covered in blood was arrested at a shopping center in a crowded neighborhood that is home to police headquarters and several tech companies, authorities said. Investigators were trying to determine if the shooting was connected to a botched robbery. (AP Photo/Haven Daley)

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Police have yet to release a motive behind the fatal shootings of two women and the serious wounding of a man at a shopping center in a trendy San Francisco neighborhood.

A bloodied gunman suspected of the shooting was arrested after opening fire on officers Friday afternoon.

Officers encountered the suspect outside the San Francisco GiftCenter and JewelryMart who began shooting at officers while running toward a restaurant. He surrendered after apparently running out of ammunition.

Inside, officers found the women inside the Victoga jewelry shop dead and the man wounded. Witnesses say the women were employees and the man is the owner.

Police Chief Greg Suhr said police didn't know the relationship between the suspect and the victims even though he had previously been seen in the building.