SFPD Locate Suspect Winston Hue from Taraval District Homicide 18-013

Update as of January 19, 2018 at 9:48pm:

At 9:48pm on Friday evening, San Francisco police officers located a vehicle matching the description of one used by a suspect wanted in a homicide on 34th Avenue earlier in the evening. Officers located the vehicle at 47th Avenue and Lincoln Avenue with a person matching the suspect's description inside. Officers were able to confirm that the suspect was armed with a handgun and took steps to contain the area.

Hostage negotiators were summoned to the scene, as the subject refused to comply with officers' orders and appeared to have barricaded himself in the vehicle. At some point during the course of negotiations, the suspect fired his weapon upon himself. Officers deployed a diversionary device to solicit a response from the suspect. Upon approaching the vehicle, officers found the suspect suffering from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Officers immediately administered CPR. Medical personnel responding to the scene attempted to treat the suspect's injuries. The suspect, identified as Winston Hue, was pronounced deceased at the scene at approximately 10:19pm.

This is still an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the SFPD anonymous tip line at 415-575-4444.

Original News Release:

On January 19, 2018 at approximately 4:37 PM, San Francisco Police responded to the 1800 block of 34th Avenue on the report of a shooting victim. Officers located a 65 year-old female victim suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Aid was immediately rendered by responding officers. Unfortunately, the victim succumbed to her injuries on the scene.

The suspect is currently outstanding and is considered armed and dangerous. The suspect has been identified as 67 year-old Winston Hue. He is an Asian male with black hair, brown eyes, approximately 5’9”, weighing 170 pounds. Hue may be driving a Blue Kia Sol with CA license plate 5BJY341.

If you see this vehicle or Mr. Hue, DO NOT approach him. Call 911 immediately.

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