BERKELEY -- Police are investigating the shooting of a 24-year-old man in South Berkeley Sunday night, a police department spokeswoman said.
At 9:35 p.m., multiple 911 calls came into Berkeley police dispatch reporting loud noises near Sacramento Street and Alcatraz Avenue, police said.
Officers on patrol in the area heard the shots and had begun an area check when they were flagged down by a person who said a man had been shot in the 3200 block of Sacramento Street, police said.
The victim had a non-life threatening gunshot wound and was transported by Berkeley Fire crews to an area hospital for treatment, said Berkeley Police spokeswoman Officer Jennifer Coats.
No arrests have been made and police do not yet have a motive in the shooting.
The shooting remains investigation, Coats said.
Anyone with information should call Berkeley police detectives at 510-981-5741 or 510-981-5900. Callers can call in anonymous tips to the Bay Area Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 800-222-8477.
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