SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco police are trying to track down multiple people accused of hate crimes during Pride weekend.
Officers say the group shot a man with a BB gun while he was walking on 22nd Street near York early Sunday morning.
The victim says the front passenger in a gray sedan yelled a homophobic slur before shooting him in the hand.
Meantime, police have made an arrest in a separate hate crime.
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They say Emmanual Morancy pushed a woman and threatened to kill her because of her sexual orientation.
This happened Sunday on Market Street near 5th Street.
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SFPD says multiple hate crimes committed during Pride festivities