Two SFPD officers fatally shot an unarmed 20-year-old man six times as he ran away from them, according to a federal lawsuit filed by the man’s parents.

Juan Perez and Margarita Lopez Perez sued the city and county of San Francisco, San Francisco Police Department, its chief of police Greg Suhr and officers Craig Tiffe and Eric

Reboli on behalf of the estate of their son, Amilcar Perez Lopez in Los Angeles Federal Court on Friday.

Lopez was walking to his apartment when a man began following and taunting him and “an altercation ensued,” the man’s parents claim in the suit.

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