71-year-old woman robbed of pendant just one of four violent San Francisco heists Monday 

A 71-year-old woman was robbed of a pendant from her necklace in Mission Terrace, one of four separate robberies by force Monday, cops said. There have been no arrests.

The woman was accosted by a 25-year-old man in the 4600 block of Mission Street around 2:15 p.m., police said. The suspect grabbed the victim’s necklace, ripped the pendant off and fled. The woman was treated at the scene for her injuries, which were not life threatening.

Three hours later, at the intersection of Craut and Maynard streets near Glen Park, a 24-year-old man was robbed of his purse, wallet, ID, credit cards, keys and cash by two thuggish male teens, cops said. The punks snuck up on their victim from behind, pummeled him and fled with his property.

An hour later a 40-year-old man was relieved of his cellphone on a Muni Metro train at Castro Station by a thug in his early 20s, police said. The hoodlum scratched at the victim’s arms and chest, grabbed the phone and fled.

Then around 11:45 p.m., a 41-year-old man was robbed of his cellphone by three goons in the Tenderloin, cops said. The victim was using his phone in the 300 block of Hyde Street when he was attacked by two men in their 20s and a woman of unknown age. The brutes punched the victim to the ground and kicked him several times before grabbing his cellphone and fleeing north on Hyde, police said.


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