Man walking with woman wounded in drive-by shooting

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SAN DIEGO – A young man walking with a woman was shot while they walked in the Teralta neighborhood early Sunday.

A passenger in a pickup truck driving east in the 4300 block of Polk Avenue fired at a man and a woman, both 19, walking westbound on Polk, said San Diego Police Department Sgt. Thomas Sullivan.

The man was shot in the left side of his abdomen, and was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, Sullivan said. The woman was not injured, he said.

The shooter was described as a white or Hispanic man in his 20s, 5-feet- 8-inches tall, clean shaven and wearing a black shirt, Sullivan said.

There was no description for the driver.

The vehicle was described as a four-door black, medium-sized pickup truck.

Detectives from the Mid-City Division of the San Diego Police Department investigated the incident.

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